#1 'No-one does impeccable work'.
At first sight this might appear puzzling. However consider the word 'impeccable'. This means perfect, flawless. Even though we may be professionals in one field or another, highly skilled, famous and charming, it does not mean that we do not make mistakes. We are all capable of error and as humans we frequently make mistakes, especially when inexperienced. However even the best have bad days, and it is very important that when we fall short of our learned or imagined levels of performance, we are kind to ourselves, pick ourselves up and start again with more understanding, and next time endeavour to do better. This is a moving target.
Just as we forgive ourselves for error, likewise and even more importantly, we must understand that others are just as vulnerable to error, and we must not judge or condemn another for falling short. Who are we to judge? For if we do judge another this suggests we are superior, wiser, better, and quite separate.
The truth is we are all prone to error and instead of looking for trouble, looking for mistakes or shortcomings, or worse condemning another for a crime, even worse at the extreme level condemning another to extreme detention, or worse, capital punishment, then we had better look inside ourselves, be honest and admit under extreme circumstances we too might have fallen into the same traps. Of course we know actions have consequences but do not be in haste to judge or you fall into the trap of group mind psychology, the lynch-mob. Steer well clear of any temptation to hastily condemn another.
If we understand and have empathy for others we will not judge. This works on all levels and degrees.
Therefore instead consider how we might help, support and encourage one another to find better solutions and make better choices.
This applies in our daily lives as well as in extreme circumstances. Let's work together and help one another to build better understanding and offer solutions we can share and thus grow together in unity, not separation. Again this applies to individuals, friends, families, communities, cities, nations, continents, races, cultures, and our global society.
Solutions work like ripples in a pond, and starting with a breakthrough at the most intimate small scale, the principle can ripple outward to touch all.
So, my meaning is that none of us are perfected. We are growing, developing, aspiring, living creatures. We stop only when we are frozen and can go no further. In the meantime we engage because we want to learn, change, develop, and in this specialised subject of casino work/ in bet selection, become more professional in our attitude and actions in roulette which as I have often said is a miniature of our world and a useful model from which to learn, apply, adapt and grow to enable our goal of additional income by learning to win. In order to do this we must unlearn many errors, and start afresh with reversal of many prior attitudes and habits.
That is our goal isn't it? To learn to become a better player, and make profit in order to benefit ourselves and our loved ones- that is what we want isn't it?
There is no point in being here if this is not your goal. This is no place for cynics, or nay-sayers.