It’s easy to see the faults in other people. That is our main tendency. We should be able to see our own faults. Instead we’re always ignoring them. “I’m not like that.” We take our own faults and place them on an external object. If we want to practise dharma, we have to cease seeing the faults of others, and only look at your own mind.

— His Holiness Penor Rinpoche

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