Accuse not a servant unto his master, lest he curse thee, and thou be found guilty.
We must be careful when making accusations of actions of those who are held in high esteem. You must be 100% sure if you are going to do so. Remember it could ruin a relationship especially if it is one of their children.
When I was a child and had done something wrong my parents new about it long before I even got home. People looked out for each other and each other’s children. Today if you see someone’s child do something wrong and you tell their parents you may be found guilty, by them, of just not liking their child. When someone accuses my child of something I try not to go into defensive mode. I find out the facts. I think back is it something I may have done and not gotten caught when I was a child. I thank them for letting me know and tell them I will handle it.
Before making accusations ask yourself, “Is this worth ruining a relationship”. We must be 100% for sure that what we saw is 100% true. Remember to “believe half of what you see and none of what you hear”.
“Accusations fit on a bumper sticker; the truth takes longer.”