From the Seer:
The following principle of mastery applies to relationships with significant others in our lives, as well as to mankind in general:
It isn't a sign of enlightenment or masterful forgiveness, to overlook or ignore the flaws in others. But rather, it is foolishness. The masterful approach is to gratefully acknowledge the flaws of others with the understanding that they are mirroring to you parts of yourself you need to evolve.
You are the ones that can allow others to move beyond their folly by changing yourself. You are the ones that have the far greater perception and understanding. Bravely and boldly observe and study the flaws of others so that you may assist them to overcome their shortcomings by changing yourselves.
My admonishment to the godbeings among men, to interact sparingly with humans, has often been misunderstood by others as an act of judgement. But it is an act of mercy. For only by taking the time to contemplate the actions of others, can we understand their folly better so that we may find our own.