"The energy you spend on assaying other people's lives could better be spent on loving others, just as they are, not as you wish they would be.
I recommend that you not look at other people's failings, any more than I recommend that you look at your own.
Look for the good always, in yourself and others.
When you are less critical with yourself, you will be less critical with others.
Sharpen your mind to look for love rather than fault. There is more love than there is fault. You, too, are more love than fault.
None of you are guilty of anything but learning. You are not guilty but graced. What learning will you grace yourself with today?"
-- from Heavenletters' "The Tender Being You Are"