ט׳ באדר ה׳תש״פ
- One who sees another committing an act, which can be judged both favorably or unfavorably, if the subject is considered to be God fearing, one is required to judge him favorably even if it is more likely to be otherwise. If the subject is considered average in his Torah observance, if circumstances can be seen equally in both a positive and negative light, one is required to judge him favorably, and it is forbidden to criticize his act in font of others. If circumstances lead toward a negative interpretation, nevertheless, it is correct to keep an open eye on the matter, and not to judge him as guilty.
8. Even when one is allowed to judge his fellow as guilty, one is not permitted to speak about it to others, unless all the conditions, which are brought down below, are fulfilled.
Every moment that prerson restrain him mouth he acquiting to the Hidden Light, that there is no Mal'ach and creation to be able Imagine.(Hagra letter) 1
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