Most of us will agree that life is as we make it. But do we consider how we make our lives? Do we spend our days criticizing and finding fault in others? If so, how does this tendency affect us? What far-reaching and enduring effect does it have on the lives of those we criticize? The faultfinding tendency is a double-edged sword: Often camouflaged as “just telling the truth” or “frankness,” it is a weapon that often injures both the wielder and the victim.
In this helpful and enlightening little booklet, dedicated to the Yogavatar of Love, Paramahamsa Yoganandaji, Paramahamsa Prajnananandaji explains the negative effects of faultfinding and offers practical insight into overcoming this destructive tendency. He shows us why happiness will elude us until we eradicate it from our lives.