35 Inspirational Quotes To Encourage You To Look At Your Own Faults

35 Inspirational Quotes To Encourage You To Look At Your Own Faults

Looking at your own faults is crucial to making improvements but if you spend your time focusing on other peoples faults you will never make true progress within yourself. May these quotes inspire you to focus on yourself so that you may be the best that you can possibly be.

1. “Pride is the mask of one’s own faults.” Proverb

2. “Glad-tidings to he who knows his own faults more than other people know it.” Ibn Hazm

3. “Don’t be so quick to point out the flaws in other people’s lives when you are not willing to look at the flaws in your own.” Anonymous

4. “People are quick to judge others faults but never quick to point out their own.” Anonymous

5. “The worst of our faults is our interest in other people’s faults.” Imam Ali

6. “How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults or resolution enough to mend them.” Benjamin Franklin

7. “It is the peculiar quality of a fool to perceive the faults of others and to forget his own. You can ‘t clear your own fields while you’re counting the rocks on your neighbor’s farm.” Cicero

8. “Those who spend their time looking for the faults in others usually make no time to correct their own.” Art Jonak

9. “Do not let your tongue mention someone’s faults, you are also full of faults; and people have tongues too.” Arabic Proverb

10. “When looking faults; We must use a mirror, not a telescope.” Anonymous

11. “O, happy the soul that saw its own faults.” Rumi

12. “Keep up a humble sense of your own faults, and that will make you compassionate to others.” Richard Baxter

13. “A self-absorbed person only can see the faults of others but they are often color blind to their own.” Anonymous

14. “Forgive yourself for your faults and your mistakes and move on.” Les Brown

15. “You will always find some people who are very active in finding faults in others, while they remain or choose to remain ignorant to their own faults.” Anonymous

16. “By others faults the wise correct their own.” Proverb

17. “Many people excuse their own faults but judge other persons harshly. We should reverse this attitude by excusing others shortcomings and by harshly examining our own.” Paramahansa Yogananda

18. “In vain I have looked for a single man capable of seeing his own faults and bringing the charge home against himself.” Confucius

19. “The first step to change is to become aware of your own faults.” Anonymous

20. “We do not look at our own faults; the eyes do not see themselves, they see the eyes of everybody else. We human beings are very slow to recognize our own weakness, our own faults, so long as we can lay the blame upon somebody else.” Swami Vivekananda

21. “To be angry is to revenge the faults of others on ourselves.” Alexander Pope

22. “Be an example of change, correct your own faults and be the best that you can be.” ATGW

23. “A righteous man will own up to his faults. That’s the difference between a man and a boy.” Anonymous

24. “Many of the faults you see in others are your own nature reflected in them.” Rumi

25. “Blessed is he who own faults keep him from seeing the faults of others.” Ali Ibn Abi Talib (RA)

26. “Warriors create themselves through trial and error, pain and suffering, and their ability to conquer their own faults.” Anonymous

27. “Dwell not on the faults and shortcomings of others; instead seek clarity about your own.” Buddha

28. “It is better to correct your own faults than those of another.” Democritus

29. “There is no one in the world to bother the one who wants to see only his own faults, and no one else’s.” Dada Bhagwan

30. “If you want peace of mind, do not find fault with others. Rather learn to see your own faults.” Sri Sarada Devi

31. “Deal with the faults of others as gently as your own.” Chinese Proverb

32. “It’s easy to see the faults of others but difficult to see one’s own faults.” Buddha

33. “To be unaware of your own faults is the greatest misfortune.” Anonymous

34. “Stand up, be bold, and take the blame on your own shoulders. Do not go about throwing mud at others; for all the faults you suffer from, you are the sole and only cause.” Swami Vivekananda

35. “Whenever you are about to find fault with someone, ask yourself the following question: What fault of mine most nearly resembles the one I am about to criticize?” Marcus Aurelius

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