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Class, today we are learning about and to explain it better I will give you a scenario
ואל תדון את חברך עד שתגיע למקומו
And do not judge your fellow until you reach his place
One day, a man named Tom was taking his daily walk around town. As usual he passed the Non-Kosher Fast Food place on his way. But today, there was something different and strange that he saw.
When he passed the Fast Food Place, he spotted his good friend Jim Bob and his children inside, sitting at a table with food placed in front of them.
Tom knew that his friend, Jim Bob would never go against the Torah and eat non-kosher, so he decided to wait outside the entrance to the fast food place for Jim Bob to come out, and he would ask him for an explanation.
When Jim Bob finally stepped foot outside McDonald's , Tom confronted him and asked him what he had been doing in the Non-Kosher food place. Jim Bob explained that he and his children had been jogging when they passed the restaurant, and all of a sudden his daughter exclaimed that she needed the bathroom. He decided to stop in McDonald's to use the bathroom. After she used the bathroom, the three people sat down at a booth to rest. There just happened to be uneaten food on the table they sat at, but they hadn't eaten the food or ordered it.
So class as you see from the mashal I just gave you, Dan lekaf zechus is thinking the best of people, and giving them the benefit of the doubt even when it's might seem very obvious that they are in fact sinning.
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