SEARCH thine own heart. What paineth thee
In others, in thyself may be;
All dust is frail, all flesh is weak;
Be thou the true man thou dost seek.
John G. Whittier
THE chief stronghold of hypocrisy is to be always judging one another.
IF we would reprove with success, and show another his mistake, we must see from what side he views the matter, for on that side it is generally true; and, admitting this truth, show him the side on which it is false.
BELIEVE nothing against another but upon good authority; nor report what may hurt another unless it be a greater hurt to others to conceal it.