There is an old Buddhist tale of a dead dog, lying by the roadside. Many passed and expressed their aversion. Then came a wise man, and as he looked upon the repulsive object, he said: “What beautiful teeth!” When you are tempted to cast the first stone, look lovingly for some sign of hidden beauty in the object of your scorn. However obscure it may appear at first, rest assured that it is there. Discover it.
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