Sunday, January 17, 2016

"Practise doesn't make perfection, practice makes permanance" - Les Brown



Practice vs. practise

In the main varieties of English from outside North America, practice is the noun, and practise is the verb. For instance, we would say that a doctor with a private practice practises privately. There is no such distinction in American English, where practice is both a noun and a verb, and practise is not used at all. Canadian English also favors practise as the verb, but practice appears with relative frequency as a verb (about a third as often as practise). - Reference:

"Running to run can't be just be another activity you choose to do daily, it has to be true lifestyle change. It has to be so elevated that it becomes part of your character."

If you haven't achieved a true lifestyle change hope that you be alive tomorrow to change your imperfections. Life is not a garuntee.

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