Not everyone has the opportunity to peep behind the curtain . . . (George Washington)
Some people seem to think they have the right to make judgments on just about anyone or anything that happens. Not only do they think they know what’s gone on “behind the curtain,” they comment on it all. They always know better and think they have the “right” answers. It would be better to withhold judgment until we have all the facts that we can’t always know.
The standard you use in judging is the standard by which you will be judged (Matthew 7:2). Whatever else you do, develop good judgment (Proverbs 4:7).