Giving People the Benefit of the Doubt


If at all feasible you should give people the benefit of the doubt.  If you relate an incident not giving the benefit of the doubt in circumstances which obligate you to do so, you would be guilty of speaking loshon hora, and of failing to perform the commandment of b’tzedek tishpot amisecho – “Judge your neighbor with righteousness.” ~ Guard Your Tongue

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