Whenever people are on the receiving end of a transgression, they frequently recognize sins that they otherwise suppress. What they hide as offenders they shout as the offended. They even feel offended. Their integrity is suddenly injured, and they sound the same to all. It is proper to recognize such as a proud and hypocritical reaction in men, but we must also admit that it is an inevitable one—an echo that we all actually expect and long for at least a kind of righteous world, even when we wickedly try and place ourselves as its center.