What's your thought about it?

It is important not to be overly concerned with observing and finding errors in other people. Also, there is no reason to suffer if they do not behave well. If we point out the right path and they don't follow it, just let it be.

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  • 1 month ago
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    I agree, partly because I don't see myself as some kind of omniscient being who can tell others about their 'right path'. Also, finding errors in others is a bit of a trap, in that we can possibly get so occupied doing it that we neglect to turn the lens inward and look at our own errors. 

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