The Teaching of Hazrat Inayat Khan

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Besides this it is not only that we judge the faults and merits of people impartially, our favor and disfavor are always connected with it. Our favor is always inclined to see the merit, our disfavor the fault. Is there any person, however great, without a fault? Any person, however wicked, without a merit? Then if we see more faults it means that we close our heart to the favorable attitude and open our heart to the attitude which is unfavorable in order to criticize.