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It is to see the faults of others, but difficult to see once own faults. One shows the faults of oth...
BUDDHA
It is better to correct your own faults than those of another.
DEMOCRITUS
Better be wise by the misfortunes of others than by your own.
AESOP
Better be wise by the misfortunes of others than by your own.
AESOP
Bad people excuse their faults; wise people leave them.
BEN JOHNSTON
Psychiatry enables us to correct our faults by confessing our parents' shortcomings.
LAURENCE J. PETER
Psychiatry enables us to correct our faults by confessing our parents' shortcomings.
DR. LAURENCE J. PETER
Psychiatry enables us to correct our faults by confessing our parents' shortcomings.
LAURENCE J. PETER
Psychiatry enables us to correct our faults by confessing our parents shortcomings.
LAURENCE J. PETER
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VIKRANT PARSAI
Passion is contagious, share yours and encourage others to embrace their own. Live WISE~
GAIL MARIE MACLEAN
Someone that criticizes very much the faults of others, little recognize the own.
DANIEL MELGAçO
Deal with the faults of others as gently as with your own
CHINESE PROVERBS
The wise learn from their own mistakes, the smart from others mistake, but the great learn from othe...
DR. LUCAS D. SHALLUA
Had we not faults of our own, we should take less pleasure in complaining of others.
FRANCOIS FTNELON
The wise are not wise because they make no mistakes. They are wise because they correct their mistak...
ORSON SCOTT CARD
Had we not faults of our own, we should take less pleasure in complaining of others.
FRANCOIS FENELON
Had we not faults of our own, we should take less pleasure in complaining of others.
FÉNELON
Nothing will make us so charitable and tender to the faults of others, as, by self-examination, thor...
FRANCOIS FTNELON
Nothing will make us so charitable and tender to the faults of others, as, by self-examination, thor...
FRANCOIS FENELON
Many people count other people’s faults and ignore their own.
VIKRANT PARSAI
The best plan is, as the common proverb has it, to profit by the folly of others
LOPE DE VEGA
It is the peculiar quality of a fool to perceive the faults of others and to forget his own.
MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
Many of the faults you see in others, dear reader, are your own nature reflected in them.
STEPHEN D'MELLO
It is peculiarly a fool's habit to discern the faults of others, and to forget his own.
UNKNOWN
It is the curse of the powerful to be blind to their own faults.
ROBERT FANNEY
We may convince others by our arguments; but we can only persuade them by their own
JOSEPH JOUBERT
If we had no faults of our own, we would not take so much pleasure in noticing those of others.
FRANCOIS DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
We may convince others by our arguments; but we can only persuade them by their own
JOSEPH JOUBERT
From the errors of others, a wise man corrects his own.
PUBLILIUS SYRUS
If we had no faults of our own, we should not take so much pleasure in noticing those in others.
FRANCOIS DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
From the errors of others a wise man corrects his own.
PUBLILIUS SYRUS
Men ought to be most annoyed by the sufferings which come from their own faults.] [Lat., Ea moles...
CICERO (MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO)
Chance corrects us of many faults that reason would not know how to correct.
FRANCOIS DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!
THE BIBLE
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DEYTH BANGER
Think of your own faults the first part of the night when you are awake, and the faults of others th...
CHINESE PROVERBS
Do not think of your faults, still less of others' faults; look for what is good and strong, and try...
JOHN RUSKIN
Think of your own faults the first part of the night when you are awake, and of the faults of others...
CHINESE PROVERB
The faults of husbands are often caused by the excess virtues of their wives.
SIDONIE GABRIELLE
Dishonest people conceal their faults from themselves as well as others, honest people know and conf...
CHRISTIAN NEVELL BOVEE
A wise traveler never depreciates their own country.
CARLO GOLDONI
It is the peculiar quality of a fool to perceive the faults of others, and to forget his own. [La...
CICERO (MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO)
Do not be concerned with the faults of other persons. Do not see others' faults with a hateful mind....
DōGEN
Only a fool learns from his own mistakes. The wise man learns from the mistakes of others.
OTTO VON BISMARCK
The wise understand by themselves; fools follow the reports of others
TIBETAN PROVERB
Mature minds never get occupied by others until and unless they are influenced by their own misconce...
MUHAMMAD RAFIQ KHAN KAKAR
Is there anyone so wise as to learn by the experience of others?
VOLTAIRE
It is said that only a fool learns from his own mistakes, a wise man from the mistakes of others.
SOURCE UNKNOWN
The wise man questions the wisdom of others because he questions his own, the foolish man, because i...
LEO STEIN
The wise man does not lay up his own treasures. The more he gives to others, the more he has for his...
LAO TZU
The wise man questions the wisdom of others because he questions his own, the foolish man, because ...
LEO STEIN
Criticism is the disapproval of people, not for having faults, but having faults different from your...
There are people who in spite of their merit disgust us, and others who please us in spite of their ...
FRANCOIS DE LA ROCHEFOUCAULD
A single conversation with a wise man is better than ten years of study.”

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ALVIN TOFFLER
How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
But, by all thy nature's weakness, Hidden faults and follies known, Be thou, in rebuking evil, Consc...
JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER
Pride is the mask of one's own faults.
JEWISH PROVERB
Though men can cover crimes with bold stern looks, poor women's faces are their own faults' books.
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
We hate delays by others, but sometimes it makes us wise.
PROVERB
Criticism is the disapproval of people, not for having faults, but having faults different from your...
SOURCE UNKNOWN
He taketh wise in their own craftiness: and the counsel of the froward is carried headlong.
BIBLE
Pride is the mask of one's own faults.
YIDDISH PROVERB
Until a friend or relative has applied a particular proverb to your own life, or until you've wa...
NICHOLSON BAKER
It is the peculiar quality of a fool to perceive the faults of others, and to forget his own, ... Yo...
CICERO
Until a friend or relative has applied a particular proverb to your own life, or until you've watche...
NICHOLSON BAKER
It may offend us to hear our own thoughts expressed by others: we are not sure enough of their souls...
JEAN ROSTAND
Others find humanity by looking in their own hearts. Only lost souls need to search for it outside t...
ORSON SCOTT CARD
Knowing themselves to be faultless, they make it their mission to detect the myriad faults in others...
HERON CARVIC
To be angry is to revenge the faults of others on ourselves.
ALEXANDER POPE
I know by my own pot how the others boil.
PROVERB
I know by my own pot how the others boil.
FRENCH PROVERB
To be angry is to revenge the faults of others upon ourselves
ALEXANDER POPE
To be angry is to revenge the faults of others upon ourselves
ALEXANDER POPE
Bear with the faults of others as you would have them bear with yours.
PHILLIP BROOKS
Down in their hearts, wise men know this truth: the only way to help yourself is to help others.
ELBERT HUBBARD
Never find faults in others, what you may see wrong in someone may be less compared to the faults yo...
UPULI ISHARA MENIKE
Down in their hearts, wise men know this truth: the only way to help yourself is to help others
ELBERT HUBBARD
As your consciousness, refinement and pureness of heart expands you will become less judgmental, les...
BRYANT MCGILL
I think his own statements are correct,
GRO HARLEM BRUNDTLAND
A man treats his own faults as original sin and supposes them scattered everywhere with the seed of ...
G.K. CHESTERTON
Forgive, forget. Bear with the faults of others as you would have them bear with yours.
PHILLIPS BROOKS
Because those, who twit others with their faults, should look at home. [Lat., Quia, qui alterum i...
PLAUTUS (TITUS MACCIUS PLAUTUS)
I think his own statements are correct,
GRO HARLEM BRUNDTLAND
Poor men seek meat for their stomach, rich men stomach for their meat. English Proverb
ENGLISH PROVERB
A proverb and a by-word among all people,
BIBLE
Nobody sees reality whole; we all need others to show us the parts of it that they see better than w...
LEWIS B. SMEDES
They can save their own lives. And others.
LINDA LOPEZ
Many are intense, sensitive and stressed by their own and others' high expectations and their abilit...
JEAN PETERSON
A wise man should not reveal his loss of wealth, the vexation of his mind, the misconduct of his own...
CHANAKYA
In other men we faults may spy, And blame the mote that dims their eye; Each little speck and ...
JOHN GAY
Some make money by taking from others, some by selling stuff to others, some by the way of their soc...
ZAIN UL ABIDEEN
Some make money by taking from others, some by selling stuff to others, some by the way of their soc...
ZAIN UL ABIDEEN
Friendship is to be purchased only by friendship. A man may have authority over others, but he can n...
TOM WILSON
We learn resignation not by our own suffering, but by the suffering of others.
W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
He taketh the wise in their own craftiness: and the counsel of the froward is carried headlong.
BIBLE
Let people doubt your sanity. Let them think you’re nuts. Be the mad scientist, the wise fool, the...
AMY MCTEAR
Nobody raises his own reputation by lowering others
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