Nothing. I enjoyed reading as well as playing softball when I was little.
Art. I was terrible at drawing, even when I had attended summer school for it. For five years, I struggled with my abilities and swore to be a good artist even if I felt I was not progressing. Today, I can draw almost anything and thus concluded in me believing these words: "Practice makes perfect."
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If nothing is perfect, how can practice make man perfect?
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