Always them

1. People say:
“They don’t do this,  they don’t do that,
they ought to do this,  they ought to do that.”

2. Always “They”  and never “I”.

Peter Maurin, Founder,  Catholic Worker Movement, They and We

Have you ever noticed that when you get on the highway at rush hour that it is everyone else who is the traffic, never you?

Ajahn Armaro.

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