So many of us focus on what we can change or improve in others. But too often, we fail to look within to see what we might change or improve about ourselves. Can we truly change another person? Can we improve someone else? Or would it be better to look inward to see what it is that we can improve about ourselves? Aldous Huxley was someone who spent his whole life seeking to grow as a person, and this quote sounds very like him. He opposed many "improvements" from without, with good reason, for example, Nazism and Socialism, which, in their day, were presented as ways to improve the world. It's best to work on yourself and not be a "do-gooder" who tries to change everyone else.