Practice Makes Perfect

Practice makes perfect: a girl learned to play a violin, but the sound of violin she played was irritating. Her grandpa asked her, “What musical instrument is it, you are playing? She answered, “Violin, grandpa.” He thought violin produced such an annoying sound. Next morning, he walked the girl to school, near the school building, he heard a nice sound of music and asked his granddaughter, “What musical instrument is that?” “Violin, grandpa” she answered. He remembered that the violin’s sound played by his granddaughter was a horrible. Then, he realized that the sound did not depend on the instrument itself, but on the player… and practice makes perfect.

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