“The humble man concentrates on his own errors, and not upon those of others; he sees nothing in his neighbor but what is good and virtuous. He does not carry his own faults on his back, but in front of him. The neighbor’s defects he carries in a sack on his back, so he will not see them.”
Source: Ven. Fulton J. Sheen, Way to Happiness, St. Pauls, 1998.