We have failings. And in our failings we mirror the failings of others. This mirror gives us a perspective to see the failings of others. But one should only look at this mirror. Don't describe what you see. To tell the person or others about their faults is not the best thing to do. Because they most probably already know it. But to be sensitive to the faults of others by embracing them shows human civility, courtesy, and culture.

We need to see our faults. And if we wish to improve we need to be tough on ourselves.

We don't need to be intolerant of the fault of others. Because if we wish to show our love, and kindness, it includes tolerance and respect for the way others are built.

See your faults, not others.