PSI Lecture 20230126 JUSTICE Part 1.mp3Download MP3PSI Lecture 20230126 JUSTICE Part 2.mp3Download MP3 #lecture #audio J U S T I C E - What is justice? - What justice actually is and what it is not; The false interpretations of justice due to emotions, passion, and revenge. - Justice is NOT revenge. Justice is NOT the DEATH PENALTY. - To be just means to be: do what is morally right and fair. - Law of elimination does NOT apply to the DEATH PENALTY; The death penalty IS MURDER. - To be just means to be: fair, fair-minded, equitable, even-handed, impartial, unbiased, objective, neutral, unprejudiced, open-minded (to truth), non-discriminatory, anti-discrimination, honorable, upright, ethical, right-minded, incorruptible, trustworthy, straight, decent and honest. - Laws are NOT justice! Laws can be INJUSTICE. - Failure of human laws which are not in accordance with universal logos. - Universal logos as the first constant of logic, through which, all human interpretation of morality can come about. - Why earthly human laws fail; Because of little to no connection to the UNIVERSAL LOGOS. - Universal morality exists as UNIVERSAL LOGOS; Universal logos and the source programming/Creational laws - Wisdom of Solomon.