‘Even the self does not know where the self will settle down; how could others determine where others will settle down? How could it not be a mistake to find others’ faults with our own faults? Although there is a difference between the senior and junior and the wise and stupid, as members of the sangha they are the same. Moreover, the wrong in the past may be right in the present, so who could distinguish the sage from the common person?’ (Tenzo Kyokun)
This quote came to mind recently, and I posted the first half of it on Instagram – another kind of sangha, but still a sangha.