Trust in God implies that a person does not need to explain to God how to bring him, a person, to happiness. Moreover, the person needs to be trusted God and not resist, and then fate itself will do what is necessary and will lead a person to happiness.
The one who judges thinks himself superior, thinks himself a judge, and therefore falls into pride, because we are all equal to each other. Even more painful is the one who, in his pride, judges God, trying to judge reality.
I thought, but the commandment "do not judge» this applies not only to negative judgments, but also to positive ones. Those who judge well fall into the sin of pride as well as those who judge poorly. One should not judge at all, but deal dispassionately with what is.
To the one who asks for forgiveness, say, God is your judge, and I am not a God to judge. Tell him if you want to do good, and if you don't want to, go away. The act of faith is what you do, not what you think, say, or intend to do.