“Pray, don’t find fault with the person who limps or stumbles along the road, unless you have worn the shoes they wear or struggle beneath their load.
There may be tacks in their shoes that hurt though hidden from view, or the burden they bears placed on your back might cause you to stumble too.
Don’t sneer at the person who’s down today unless you have felt the blow that caused their fall, or felt the shame that only the fallen know.
You may be strong, but still the blows that were theirs, if dealt to you in the self-same way at the very same time, might cause you to stagger too.
Don’t be too harsh with the person who sins, or pelt them with words or stones, unless you are sure, yes, doubly sure, that you have no sins of your own”.
– Author Unknown