Fault finding

Sep 2017
Greetings Yousefy2,

You wrote:

A great question.

Here is an audio on this matter from the late Napoleon Hill. He was chosen to examine the subject of success by Andrew Carnegie. Carnegie was once the richest person in the world. He also had the privilege to meet 'Abdu'l-Bahá.

Some human wisdom never goes out of date.


PS. If you are interested in Andrew Carnegie's meeting with 'Abdu'l-Bahá, David Langness has nicely summarised it here Abdu’l-Baha’s Advice to Andrew Carnegie
Thanks but I also am trying to understand this :

We are also told to not have fellowship with ungodly people, and to not show kindness to the liar and theif and those with selfish motives as kindness only harms them further. Who am I to know who is ungodly, or who has a selfish motive when I am told to not see the faults of others ?

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