The greatest error that a man can commit is to go against himself.
The man who condemns himself commits what Nisargadatta calls a grievous spiritual error.
The sine qua non of justice is that no one loses. Or wins.
As a young boy, there was a brief period when I thought I was a tiger. I felt fleet, powerful, at the centre of things. Then it passed and I drifted into error.
Kindness begins at home, with the self. Self-contempt is a grievous error.