"Practice makes a man perfect" needs to be redfined.It is very common and old saying that, practice makes a man perfect. But I sometimes feel that it needs to be redefined. As practice can be for any purpose that is for good doings and wrong doings, but if someone practices wrong doings again and again then it's can never leads to his perfection. It's true that practice leads to perfection but it must be clarified that for what purpose practice is being done. So I think that only, "Practice for good purpose and clarified jobs makes a man perfect."
Here clarified means that doer must be well clarified. For instance a cricketer practices hard for singing then it leads to neither perfection in his field of cricket nor in singing. So doer must be well clarified with his thoughts.So practice hard for right purpose to be on the right track of perfection.