Whether we admit it or not, we have the tendency to overthink. In fact, sometimes we think about problems and issues that are not our own. As a result of this, we add and think about more problems than we actually have. That is why people talk about minding your own business. Focusing on one’s goals and problems is a good attitude.
However, when it comes to pointing out mistakes, and giving feedback for improvement, the Bible says otherwise. We do not just need each other for encouragement, but also for rebuke and correction.
A person who does not listen to correction and just says “mind your own business” will not grow in life. Genuine growth and maturity can only be achieved if we listen not just to praises, but also to criticisms.