"They gathered against Moses and Aaron and said to them; You have taken too much power
for yourselves. The entire congregation is holy and Yahveh is in their midst. Why do you take leadership over the congregation
of Yahveh." Numbers
People who quarrel with the righteous try to find complaints in ways that are the exact opposite of Truth.
Moses was the most humble of men, and Aaron's relationship with others was always to pursue peace, which requires much
humility. Nevertheless, this did not stop Korah and his followers from claiming that Moses and Aaron were acting arrogantly
and were taking too much power for themselves. This is an important lesson in our being careful not to believe evil reports.
Some people have the attitude that if someone is critical of another person, what is said must have at least
some truth to it. Not so! People can find fault with others even though the person excels in the exact traits that are being
referred to. Korah was projecting his own drive for power onto Moses. Remember, when a person finds fault with others he frequently
is just mentioning his own faults which he wrongly assumes someone else has. Be very careful not to accept negative information
about others as truth without a careful examination.