To be aware of a single shortcoming in oneself is more useful than to be aware of a thousand in someone else. Dalai Lama.
Perhaps this is why immortal satire, other than my own, is written within the persona of a Fool, Madman, or Hypocrite. The wounded healer, the physician dying of the plague he would cure. The Fencer of Stolen Goods hanging the Highwaymen who supply him. The Hack deploring the decay of learning. "Physician, heal thyself!" The correlative dictum, posted over the Delphic Oracle, was "Know thyself." We demonstrate self knowledge when we limn ourself as an apprentice Dungeon Master to the Stars in Wealth Bondage. Of course that was then, when I was young and foolish. Now, as a legit Morals Tutor to America''s Wealthiest Families, I can honestly say I am a good man doing good thing for good people for good causes in a good way. Excuse me, the Special Envoy from Lloyd Blankfein is on the line re: Uplifting the downtrodden.