I don't mind criticism. In fact, I welcome it, if it is constructive, because it affords me the opportunity to learn and grow. And that's what we are all here for.
The thing about criticism is that those criticising need to be well-versed in the subject matter, otherwise their critique won't hold any weight.
I woke this morning to find an interesting email in my inbox where a person called Barbara wrote, and I quote, "I want to rain on your parade". Suffice to say that the contents of the email have been addressed, and the issue need not go any further.
My point in bringing this up?
Think carefully about how your message, however well meaning it may be, could be received. And to what end do you level your critique? Do you understand the whole picture? (And sadly, in this case, Barbara did not). Are you really trying to HELP another person and their efforts, or are you trying to break them down?
We are all struggling to make sense of this Life. Most people try to do the best that they know how to, and can do, with the resources available to them.
Remember that before you say anything - especially when you start "I want to rain on your parade".