We tend to worry about the motives of other people, but not about our own. Our own motives aren’t always as pure as we like to believe they are. Danger lurks within ourselves just as it does elsewhere.
If we all spent more time counting our own faults and less time counting the faults of others, we’d have progress in this world like we’ve never seen before.
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