Let no man seek his own, but every man another's good.
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It is true that anyone who is an idolater will seek what pleases him alone. He will place scandals in the way of the weaker brother’s conscience. This is why we ought to be quick to resist doing just what we want to do, for the love of Christ and for the salvation of our neighbors. Commentary on Paul’s Epistles.
Let no man seek his own, but every man another"s wealth. Let no one seek or buy flesh which, e.g, has been offered too idols, and which is useful and pleasant to himself, just because it is of a low price; but in such matters let each one seek his neighbour"s edification, and not to buy it or eat it, so as o cause him offence or spiritual loss. So Theophylact.