Title: Living Alone with Your Own Faults
When you live by yourself …
you live with a person whose faults are perfectly acceptable to you …
and whose faults, if you see them at all, you may think are “not very important” in the “Grand Scheme of Things.”
But an onlooker might make you feel the full weight of your imperfections … and especially if they have some of their own.
G-Ma Marx & RJ
August 12, 1992