This line from movie “The Great Gatsby” by Nick Caraway has a wonderful lesson for us. Here, Nick doesn’t mean that we should never confront people over unacceptable behavior. What he actually means is that we should reserve final judgment on someone—that is, we should always be prepared to give them a chance to change their ways.
In other words, we have infinite hope—hope that never dies—that people can change, even if it seems that they’re incapable of it.
Judging people too harshly too quickly make it less likely that they will learn where they have gone wrong and what they need to do to make things right. There is always a hope we have in ourselves to be able to help others change for the better.