It’s easy to see the faults of others
But hard to see one’s own.
One shifts out the faults of others like chaff
But conceals one’s own,
As a cheat conceals a bad throw of the dice.
Some of us are always finding fault with others, but never with ourselves. Psychologists tell us that very often the things that bother us in others are the very faults we see in ourselves but hate to admit to. In any case, we have no business criticizing others until we take a hard look at our own faults and correct them, at which point, we will probably loose our desire to judge others.