Jesus said, “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone” which in a nutshell means not to judge and/or condemn others, especially when we ourselves are sinners.
Whether or not someone is destined to fly with the angels in heaven, or burn with the demons in hell for all of eternity is not for us to decide, that is between them and their maker alone.
We should not be concerned with the shape of our neighbor’s lawn when our own lawn is deprived, undernourished and full of weeds.
We were not put on this planet to tell others what they are doing wrong, the whole time overlooking our own transgressions and pretending to be something more than we really are.
Stop pointing fingers and trying to dictate to others how they should live their lives; we are not the judge, jury and executioner of all mankind, if anything we are all convicted of the same crimes and simultaneously standing trial together.
We all know it is much easier to showcase what we believe others are doing wrong, rather than having the spotlight on ourselves, but that is not a justifiable reason to avoid doing so.
Work on yourself, make you the best possible person you can be, do what’s necessary to be a guiding light and a positive impact on our planet, not a destructive force that ultimately does more harm than good.
This advice goes out the people of a faith as well as the people without a faith; one does not need a deity in their live to avoid making judgmental and/or condemning accusations towards others.
We all have skeletons in our closet, we are all sinful by nature, no one is better than anyone else, regardless of where they live, the color of their skin and/or how much money is in their bank account.
Nowhere in the bible, or any other religious/spiritual book for that matter, does it say that on the day of judgment you will be judged by God (or any other higher power) and John/Jane Doe from down the street.
The bottom line is this, live and let live, stay out of things that don’t concern you and let others be who they are, not who you want them to be.