Our work is to stop finding fault in others, things, and situations, because when we do this “fault finding”, we are giving power to negativity. We see others and our environment as incomplete and less than good. The truth is, the errors of others aren’t our affairs and frankly, they are none of our business. We shouldn’t concern ourselves with someone else’s mistake, unless, someone asks our opinion and guidance. Then we can be helpful, thoughtful, and constructive, but not critical or hurtful. Remember, the other is also in a state of unfoldment relative to his or her understanding. Our only duty is to be kind and supportive.
In our daily mental work, striving to correct ourselves, we need to address all of our habits. Good or bad, we need to look at them honestly. Then we can correct within self and stay busy with our own unfoldment. Let us find the virtuous, not faulty – let us celebrate this everlasting goodness within!