Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan did not see anyone in this world as being at fault. Even if you were to pick His pocket, He would not see you as a thief. He had compassion towards everyone including a thief and a murderer. He was beyond all feelings of duality, kindness or pity. Humans feel pity. A Gnani Purush does not have any pity. Gnani’s are beyond all duality. He has the elemental scientific vision, the flawless vision and therefore He does not see any faults in anyone. His vision is not guided by any circumstances. He directly sees only the Soul in every being.
Param Pujya Dadashri says, “I have infinite compassion. In my eyes, everyone is flawless because I do not see any faults in anyone. I have made my vision flawless and see the entire world as being flawless. Seeing through elemental vision no one is at fault, the circumstances are thus. One needs to become an embodiment of compassion karunya murti in this world. If one becomes an embodiment of compassion then moksha comes in front of you, you do not have to go look for it. That is why the Gnani feels compassion towards everyone and wants people to become free from their miseries; the Gnani wants them to encounter an event that will set them free.”
During any satsang (spiritual discourse) if someone happened to get angry because they did not understand something, Param Pujya Dadashri would instantly maintain that it was His own fault and that He was completely, one hundred percent wrong. This is because Param Pujya Dadashri knew that people are not in control of their prakruti (the relative self). If He tried to provide clarification or even tried to make them understand the matter at hand, it would cause them frustration and then there would be no predicting what would follow. Instead, it was better to accept the mistake as His own and dissolve the situation.