READ CAPTION! "As people of Faith, we have the duty of enjoining good and forbidding evil. We thus engage ourselves, as social beings, in improving ourselves and working towards being instruments in improving the world we live in.
While the purpose of commanding good and forbidding evil is to correct and restore; fault-finding inevitably leads to undermining the character of people and sometimes to destroying relationships. Prophet Mohammad ﷺ said: “The worst of people are those engaged in slandering others, those who ruin relationships between dear ones who try to find fault with innocent people.” The Prophet ﷺ also admonished us that “When you pursue the faults of others, you corrupt them” and warned that “those who unduly pursue the shortcomings of others will have their own faults exposed.” While we are obligated to enjoin to do good and forbidding to do evil, we have to become a role model to the people to whom we want to advise by our actions more so than our words, by doing those things which we enjoin and leaving those things which we forbid. Allaah says: "O you who believe! Why do you say that which you do not do. It is a most hateful thing to Allaah that you say that which you do not do." [Surah as-Saff (61): Ayah 2-3]
Speech is projection of thoughts and emotions; the content of speech reflects the culture of the heart, so consider carefully how you feel about others, why you feel the way you feel and what you say about people. Prophet Mohammad ﷺ said: “None of your faith is correct unless your heart is upright and your heart will not be rectified until your tongue is in order”👇🏽