Logs and Specks

“Judge not, that you be not judged,” is the most quoted — and the most misquoted — of Jesus’s teachings. What is often interpreted as a censure of judgment in all circumstances turns out to be quite different upon closer examination. It is inevitable for us to notice faults in others; Jesus urges us to move with caution, to set our own lives in order before we attempt to help fix someone else. And, at the end of the day, it might be better for us to leave well enough alone — sometimes our good intentions are unappreciated by the one we try to help.

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