When we see someone do something wrong, especially when it’s something that bothers us personally or us hurt, we want to immediately correct the person or express our frustration. This is not due to that we are concerned by the person or his soul. It is because we feel hurt, angry or upset; and then we react.
However, when we are in a spiritual journey, it is important that we learn to reveal the mistakes of others, not through the anger for what we have, but through a sincere desire to help them. If our actions are based on our feelings of self-interest, they will not be useful for the development of the other person and they hurt them."
- Yehuda Berg