Finding Faults

One of the most important things I’ve ever learned about life is that we should look for faults within ourselves.

I mean really look for faults.

In that way, we will know what we can improve on; what to change.

If we find that we procrastinate too much, we should learn to be more action-oriented.

If we are greedy, we should learn to be generous instead.

When someone finds fault with us, we may feel upset.

But shouldn’t we, instead, thank that fault-finding person for making our job easier?

Faults are opportunities — opportunities for improvement.

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