MARCH 10, 1984 AT 11:00 A.M.
“A clichÃ©, ‘Practice makes perfect’ has much merit to it.
Repetition helps retain what it practices.
Either of these can be used for extreme good or extreme bad. Practice makes perfect can be a way of life, motivating a person to strive to perfect his or her actions in becoming a Saint.
Repetitiveness in practicing humility, charity and good example, can give one a sound life of fulfillment.
Practice makes perfect, directed to immoral achievement, can give to an individual unhappiness, frustration, negativism and total indifference to happiness, plus a direct path to Hell.”