A Traditional Saying

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Every man, according to an ancient legend, is born into the world with two hags suspended from his neck. One bag in front full of his neighbours' faults, and a large hag behind filled with his own faults. Hence it is that men are quick to see the faults of others, and yet are often blind to their own tailings.


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