The Faults of Others
The Greek legend goes that at the time of creation of man, the Greek God Zeus the king of the gods and husband of Hera in Greek mythology, wanted to give each man a gift of two bags. The one full of man’s own faults and the other full of everybody else’s faults. But when came the actual moment to distribute the two bags- each one hanging at the opposite end of a carrying pole- by sheer mistake, the bag with everybody else’s faults was put in front, whilst the bad with each man’s own faults was hung behind his back.
Now it is a well known fact that finding other people’s faults is too common but realizing one’s own is quite rare.