Practice doesn’t make things perfect for the world to see, practice develops an awareness of where you want to be. Trying something for the first time, people aren’t conscious of what to expect or how to react. They can listen to advice from others, but how will they know without trying on their own? It isn’t a perfection for the world that people strive to achieve, it’s a unified awareness so they can believe. 

A first trial awakens apprehension and there are many options to deal with the situation. With patient courage, an individual recognizes the method meant for them. Recognition builds a foundation for dealing with that circumstance and it opens doors to further development. Practicing and trying new things enhances reality of how things could be.

Coming to class on a continuous basis builds acknowledgement of what life may offer and builds confidence to face what will come. Memory of previous accomplishments assures that we can face more and survive what’s given. Trust in ability strengthens faith in further gifts to come.

Comfort knowing that adversity can be handled prepares a person for more and lessens uncertainty of what’s unknown. When challenges have been accomplished, there’s belief in challenges being successes. Every situation is a mystery on its own, but every experience strengthens the awareness of what is real individually. The more one can believe, the more they can achieve.

Practice all your skills, embrace new events and welcome learning to be conscious of who you are and what you want to be. Strive for a perfection you desire, cherish the experience and realize your confidence by reflecting on your successes. Practice may not make you perfect for the world to see but remain aware of all you can be. Practice for you and you will make it through. 

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