Comfort amid criticism

There are a few people who speak negative things, criticize without reason, discourage, and demean others. Such people could suffer from superiority or inferiority complex. How to face this kind of situation around us? Paul writes: “If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all.” (Romans 12:18) In spite of good efforts, the attitude of such people does not change.
Criticism: When David was faced with criticism, he had an interesting but healthy attitude. If God has allowed someone to speak against him, he will not be able to fight against God. (II Samuel 16:10) He should keep quiet and introspect.
Comments: Developing a deaf ear when people pass adverse comments is a good skill. The wise preacher advised us to ignore the comments of servants. (Ecclesiastes 7:21) Interestingly, he states that all humans have the habit of passing such comments. Hence, should not bother when someone else especially their servants or slaves make such comments.
Curse: There are many who are afraid of curses. When someone curses, like religious leaders or elderly or parents, people are terrified. “Like a sparrow in its flitting, like a swallow in its flying, a curse that is causeless does not alight.” Curses without a cause are empty words that float in the air and do not hit the target. God’s children when they are silent, as faith descendants of Abraham have the protection that God will curse those who curse. (Genesis 12:3) Conscience: Some people carry fear consciousness and guilt conscience, without any reason. They think the people have authority and special power to curse, inadvertently offending the spiritually powerful people.
Cheer: The followers of Lord Jesus Christ need not be afraid or tormented by false guilt. Self-blame is the trap of Satan. Instead, they should be rejoicing in the Lord for His salvation and protection.
Comfort: When people hurt, harass, criticize, mock, believers seek peace from God of all comfort. (II Corinthians 1:3-5) Reading the Scripture, meditating the Word and understanding His promises provides comfort and consolation.
Do I look unto Him for comfort and consolation?