Posted by: Upāsaka | 01/30/2016

Shortcoming

30. By three things the wise person may be known. What three? He sees a shortcoming as it is. When he sees it, he tries to correct it. And when another acknowledges a shortcoming, the wise one forgives it as he should.

Anguttara Nikaya I.103

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