Who’s At Fault?

I searched for the crooked, met not a single one
When searched myself, I found the crooked one!



Our ego plays games with us. We always find fault in the others’ behavior. It’s not us, it’s the other who ought to change. What’s going on?


Kabir is not saying that we’re despicable & devious and therefore should we sulk in shame. He’s suggesting, IMO, that we consider changing our own perspective before jumping to conclusions and always attributing fault outside of self. We ought to change our own perspective and consider how we are looking at things. Like Gandhi said ‘We must be the change we want to see in the world’…

Daily Affirmation: Today I AM reflective…

Recommendation: Kabir – Spiritual Commentary by Yoga Niketan

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