1. "I will speak ill of no man, [. . .] and speak all the good I know of everybody." –Benjamin Franklin
Just remember Benjamin Franklin. Appreciate that his worth means more than just 100.
2. “Don’t complain about the snow on your neighbour's roof, when your own doorstep is unclean.” –Confucius
Focus on what you need to do. We empathise. That’s important. But, what are you, really going to complain, maybe shout out the window, perhaps a few curse words in and out. What if it's clean, then what?
Showing some self-respect in our nature could save us criticism, resentment, or combat those blatant biases in the long run, eh?
3. “Judge Not, That Ye Be Not Judged.”
–Matthew 7 : 1
Never judge. Only because your judgement causes the same level of judgment returned as you apply more pointlessness. In the end, it teaches us to see the other’s differences, like empathy.
4. "If you want to gather honey, don’t kick over the beehive." –Dale Carnegie
Gather honey? Despite what you’re after may not be exactly honey. But, sweetness cannot be attained without having pro-anger management skills.