The late Trappist monk, Thomas Merton wrote in his book Conjectures of a Guilty Bystander:
The basic falsehood is the lie…that we have the monopoly of all truth, just as our adversary for the moment has the monopoly of all error.
The Baal Shem Tov, similarly said,
We are commanded to love our neighbors as ourselves and from this the Talmud commands us to give everyone the benefit of the doubt. You always find excuses for your own misdeeds, so make excuses also for your neighbor.
It is spiritual-religious immaturity to say that we are good and they are not. We are no different from them except for the fact that we are we and they are they.
Spiritual-religious advice for the week: try bring compassionate to all and making excuses for others.