Saturday, June 14, 2014
People make willing witnesses for other people’s mistakes, but unwilling witnesses for their own mistakes.
People make excellent prosecutors of other people’s mistakes and excellent defenders for their own mistakes.
People quickly judge others to be their bad behaviors, but reluctantly judge themselves to be their bad behaviors.
People want harsh punishments imposed for the wrongs of others, but wish for leniency when being punished themselves.
People typically judge others without context or circumstance being a part of the judgment, but people often consider both context and circumstance before judging themselves.
Posted by Kevin Evertt FitzMaurice, M.S. at 7:07 PM