Practice Makes Perfect

Practice makes perfect....

I have been thinking of this English saying while looking at my past youtube video's comment.

And I thought this saying meant three things.

First, it means they place highest value on "perfect" which is like highest mountain in the human world.  Second, this saying encourages people to climb up the highest goal, which is to pursue the perfection. 

How?  Third, the saying tells us nothing but practice is the way to achieve the goal.

By dividing the saying into three words and three meanings, I just thought this saying was universal teaching which could apply to our teaching of Jodoshu.

First, we place value on the Pure Land which is the symbol of the perfect world.   We encourage people to pursue the Pure Land.  How?  We need practice of Nenbutsu!

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