September 9, 2013

Practice, Practice, Practice



A great writer was once asked how to become a great writer. He answered that to become good at your craft, you must practice, practice, and practice some more. To be a great writer, you must write. This is true about many things. Even those who seek to walk with the Dao must practice constantly. Ben Hogan said about his golf game that if he didn’t practice for two days, people would know it. If he didn’t practice for one day, he would know it. Not practicing the ways of the Dao for one day takes us away from it.

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