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If you see a reoccurring fault in others, it’s a mirror. The fault is yours.

Updated: Feb 13

Like a mirror, when someone annoys us, it can be a useful tool for self-reflection.

It may be something we actually do but judge outwardly about.

We see ourselves in them; it's a reflection.

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