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Dealing with Others' Faults
Put yourself in his place before you start.
Consider your own imperfections. Handle it with care.
Be not a hindrance but a help. Do it not for vengeance, but for virtue.
Hasten to heal, don't rush to retort.
Be firm but fair, pointed but patient, censorious but considerate.
Be gentle. Be kind.
And if your message should be rejected, at least your manners will have to be admired.
And the assurance that you have done right, in the right way, will give you a softer pillow for sweeter sleep.
"Deal with the faults of others as gently as with your own."
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