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In speaking of a person's faults,Pray don't forget your own;Remember, those in homes of glassShould never throw a stone.If we have nothing else to doBut talk of those who sin,'Tis better we commence at home,And from that point begin.

We have no right to judge a manUntil he's fairly tried;Should we not like his companyWe know the world is wide.Some may have faults, and who have not?The old as well as young;Perhaps we may, for all we know,Have fifty to their one.

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