Some Thoughts About Faults From Anonymous

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“When looking for faults, use a mirror, not a telescope.”

“Never exaggerate your faults—leave that for your friends.”

“We usually tell the faults of others because it takes less time than telling our own.”

“After counting another person’s faults, multiply by two and you will have a fair estimate of your own.”

“A fault which humbles a man is of more use to him than a virtue which puffs him up.”

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