Failure

Failure is inevitable. Not in all things, of course, but inevitable nonetheless. What baby has ever walked perfectly the first time, for example? As a pianist, I know first-hand how important it is to practice regularly. Not that I was ever likely to be a concert pianist, mind you, but the more I practiced, the fewer mistakes I made. I don’t remember this, but according to my sisters if I were upset when I started to practice it was obvious by the way I attacked the keys. But as I continued with my practice over the course of an hour or so the music would calm me and I would start to work on the errors I was making and the music came more easily. 

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