Averse vitia in oculis habemus to back ours sunt

Averse vitia in oculis habemus, to back ours sunt, translate literally, it means we have in front of the eyes the other people's defects, while ours are behind ().

The concept, obvious luminosity and, are equivalent to that expressed in one fable of , with which it tells like it gave two saddlebags to us (Peras imposuit Iuppiter nobis duas), that one good in sight with the other people's defects and behind, very hidden, that one containing ours.
Of the rest, also us standard that "is more comfortable to see the pagliuzza in the other people's eye instead of the beam in just the eye" (Lc 6, 41).


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