In light of Micah 6:8 this week (to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God), Rowan Williams addresses how this looks toward our neighbor:
To assume the right to judge, or to assume that you have arrived at a settled spiritual maturity that entitles you to prescribe confidently at a distance for another’s sickness, is in fact to leave others without the therapy they need for their souls; it is to cut them off from God, to leave them in their spiritual slavery — while reinforcing your own slavery.
Williams, Rowan. Where God Happens: Discovering Christ in One Another (Kindle Locations 431-434). New Seeds. Kindle Edition.