Practicing Your Way to Perfection

There is an old saying that most if not all of us have heard many times, especially in athletics. It says, “Practice makes perfect”. Research traces the roots of this phrase back to the sixteenth century when it was “Use makes perfect”. The more contemporary use has been attested to John Adams, the second President of our United States, during the eighteenth century. Essentially, it articulates the message that the more you practice, the better your skills are. In more recent times, variations of this saying have appeared modified and improved by the likes of the late, great football coach Vince Lombardi who added to the proverb by saying, “Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practi

When the Unexpected Happens

“My thoughts are nothing like your thoughts,” says the Lord. “And my ways are far beyond anything you could imagine. Isaiah 55:8 It was day like any other day of my life. I woke up early, walked my dog, and sipped on a cup of hot coffee as I prayed and read my bible. After eating some breakfast, I quickly showered, dressed and headed off to my office. My morning commute was significantly less crowded as I arrived much earlier than normal. Although I wondered where all the other cars were that I normally see, I just thought I was getting a jump on everyone else. When I pulled into the parking lot of my office building, I was happy to find just two other cars, something very unusual as I typic

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