The Buddha said about BLAME:
This, Atula, is an ancient saying, yet timeless, and thus relevant even today:
They blame the one, who talks much. They blame the one, who says little.
They even blame the silent one… No-one in this world is never blamed!
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The one examined carefully by the wise, yet still praised as peerless,
wise, learned, and genuinely good, like a ring of refined gold, who can
ever rightly blame such one? Even the divine Brahmas praise such one!
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Comments: The Buddha once asked his students, "And what is right speech?
Abstaining from lying, from divisive speech, from abusive speech, and from
idle empty chatter: This is called right speech." SN 45.8
He also taught: "Monks, a statement endowed with five factors is well-spoken,
not ill-spoken. It is blameless and faultless by knowledgeable people. Which five?
It is true. It is well timed. It is kind. It is advantageous. Spoken from a good-will."
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More on Right Speech (Sammā-Vācā):
What is Right Speech?, Fourfold_Right_Speech, Not_Splitting,
Optimal_Observance_IV, Truth_Triumphs, Not_Scolding, Not_Deceiving,
Not_Gossiping, Samma-Vaca, What_to_Say
Pure as Gold..
Have a nice and Noble day.