A frog had announced himself as a learned doctor in the jungle. He said that there was no ailment or disease he could not cure. Upon hearing his verdict, the fox hurried to see him. When he reached the frog, he said to him, “Hey frog, you say you have the cure for everything. If that is so then you should find a cure for his hideous blotchy skin and his weird hops first, or less let go of this profession.”
Those who fix others, should fix themselves first.
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