We find fault with the world, while the faults lie in our own selves. The world is not at fault; except that we are full of flaws. We make fun of the world for no reason, But if others spoke about us, we were no better than be mocked at. A wolf does not eat the flesh of another of its kind, But we eat the flesh of each other knowingly. We have worn the sheep’s clothing to deceive the people; But woe unto the wild animal if it strays by us! We have reduced religion to mere show and formalities. And thus, we deceive those who look at us.