Whenever you see that someone has made a mistake, view the situation as a learning experience to prevent yourself from making similar mistakes.
Moreover, utilize this experience to discover what knowledge you may be able to impart to others so they, too, can avoid making similar mistakes.
Today, think of three mistakes you have seen people make recently. In what way have you made similar mistakes?
(see Ralbag - Shaar hachochmah, no.11)
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