I just read the text, it seemed very satanic, only the demon could come with such an accusation. What does it matter if he didn't fully live what he preached?
Hypocrisy is the process between sincerity and submission, hypocrisy does not opposed sincerity, nor sincerity is a virtue but a false-virtue, this distinction is very well exposed by the french moralists, especially the augustinian-strict line: Berulle, Esprit, Pascal...
I'd rather believe that he really aspired for those values than just accuse him of being a charlatan because he's not the Incarnated Verbum Dei creating the real by means of words. He was an ordinary man fighting his own demons.