What are your greatest faults?
We've been taught to look at the positive aspects of ourselves to ensure our self-esteem and surely that is MOST important for our mental health. However, a lot of older Catholics miss "Confession: which required an "examination of conscience". That exploration of our actions, in the broad sense, gave us a deep understanding of ourselves and our motivations which often led to a change in behavior. There seems to be few avenues for that today, so here's your chance to list your little faults and tell how you think they might have affected your life.
There's no need for me to confess my sin to others or to any human; I know myself better than anyone would. My greatest fault, if you call it fault, is I easily lash on people who don't live their reality; it's easy to detect them and they comprise 90% of humanity. I won't mind if they just leave me alone; just they don't bother or mind me. Do I sound like an egotist? Well that's my greatest and evident fault.
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