Looking to find fault is dangerous, for we all have them. It is a game two can play and the other person may come up with the highest score, find more in us than we find in him.
If we knock the other person, his door won't open to us; neither will his neighbor's. Those doors swing on hinges of toleration.
The world will be more responsive if we have a good word for everybody, for those above us and for those below us. The ones above us deserve it, and the ones below us - well, even the tombstones praise those beneath them.
Leroy Brownlow, Today is Mine
- shared by Lisa