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Not talking about other’s fault
When facing problems,
most people would blame others for it right away,
and seldom reflect on themselves,
especially when the other person did do something wrong.
Then, they will scold others with an afflicted mind,
instead of considering how to change and improve the situation.
The teaching of “do not talk about others’ fault” in Buddhism
is aimed at solving this type of problem.
When we see others’ fault,
we should think of ways to help them correct their mistakes
and face the outcomes in a positive manner.
A saying goes like this:
the best people are those with competence and no temper;
the second-best are those with competence and temper;
the third-best are those with no competence or temper
and the worst are those with temper and no competence.
The Buddhism idea of “not talking about others’ fault”
is encouraging us to become the best.
It does not mean turning a blind eye to faults,
but rather having no afflictions after seeing them,
dealing with people and matters with a positive mind and behavior.