Question: The sixth rule: everyone judges the friend according to his own flaws. This is a very ancient principle.
At that moment when a person clearly sees the flaws of the other, what can cause him to understand that this is his uncorrected perception?
Answer: Only public opinion. If everyone around him understands that everyone sees in the other his own flaws, his own corruption, he begins to gradually understand that this is really so that he does not see anyone but himself. Thus, he begins to correct himself.
Question: Are there any exercises that will help me realize that this is in me?
Answer: Only if you hear it from others. It all depends on public opinion. You do not see yourself. You always see others, rather, yourself in others.
From KabTV’s “Management Skills” 6/18/20