Quote by Byron J. Langenfield
Rare is the person who can weigh the faults of others without putting his thumb on the scales.
This quote suggests that it is uncommon for someone to impartially evaluate and criticize others without being biased or unfairly favoring their own perspective. It implies that most individuals have a tendency to be judgmental or opinionated when assessing the flaws or mistakes of others, clouding their objectivity and potentially influencing the final judgement. In essence, the quote highlights the challenge of being truly fair and unbiased when assessing the faults of others.
It is hard to go beyond your public. If they are satisfied with cheap performance, you will not easily arrive at better. If they know what is good, and require it. you will aspire and burn until you achieve it. But from time to time, in history, men are born a whole age too soon.