people in glass houses shouldn't throw stonesidiom

  • ja同じ問題をもつ者は他人の批評などしないほうがよい
  • enpeople who have faults should not criticize others for having the same faults

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But the job of graduation speaker is to give you some wisdom that I have acquired over the years.
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So that's what I am gonna do.
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Here's a little bit of what I know.
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People who live in glass houses should never throw stones.
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But they should always wear pants.
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International superstar race car driver Lewis Hamilton has been openly vocal
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about his stance on environmental issues.
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In 2019, for example, he posted on his Instagram Stories,
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"Extinction of our race becoming more and more likely as we overuse our resources.
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The world is a messed up place.
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World leaders either uneducated or don't care about the environment at all."
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But as the saying goes, he who lives in a glass house should not throw stones.
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Hamilton quickly received criticism for his comments,
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considering that he still drives and travels globally for Formula One, which has a huge carbon footprint.
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Okay, so that's the first case of matricide.
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And the book is very interesting.
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'Cause it's about witch trials and how people thought back then.
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But it doesn't stop there.
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There were 7 more men, on my father's side, starting then, Cornells, that were all murderers.
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Okay, now this gives one a little pause.
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'Cause my father himself, and my 3 uncles, in World War II,
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were all conscientious objectors, all pussycats.
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But every once in a while, Lizzie Borden, like 3 times a century.
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And we're kind of due.
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So the moral of the story is:
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people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.
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But more likely is this.