PSI Lecture 20220605 The Pursuit and Determination of Justice
#lecture#audio#justice#law#creationThe Pursuit & Determination of Justice- Justice, in its broadest sense, is the principle that people receive that which they deserve, with the interpretation of what then constitutes "deserving" being impacted upon by numerous fields, with many differing viewpoints and perspectives, including the concepts of moral correctness based on ethics, rationality, law, religion, equity and fairness.
- For true justice to be undertaken, which must not be mistaken with false justice or crusader justice that is often created from false and delusional perceptions, then clarity, rationality, reason, intellect, desire for truth, unbiasedness, fairness, objectivity and a morally upright disposition is necessary.
- The question then comes up: who is suited to judge? And the answer is rather simple: He/she who is qualified.
- What are the 'qualifications' for determination of justice? Answer: a human being who is qualified to judge as a hand of justice requires objectivity, neutrality, and a clear understanding of universal natural laws, which of course includes causality resp. cause and effect; 'Qualifications' for justice does NOT entail being a judge in a US court, who, in many circumstances, are often corrupt and do not care about TRUE justice, rather their false perception which is based upon various factors relating to education, upbringing, religiousness, vanity, lobbying, etc.
- Human laws are made-up by humans and often, the humans on earth, due to not being Creationally-aligned, have false ideas of justice; Earthly laws are NOT automatically justice and following them to be ostentatiously and pretentiously-'goody-two-shoes', does NOT make the person lawful, fair, ethical, moral or a true justice bringer; The follow of earthly laws, which often allows questionable loopholes (e.g., US)