Equality Doesn’t Mean Justice

Some of us are born with more Justice, some have to fight for it. Fight to be heard, to be respected, fight to have equal rights and opportunities. Equality is not enough. The greatness of a society can only be measured from the perspective of helping the ones that are less powerful, and to see who needs help and who doesn’t, regardless of race or spices (animals and plants included) gender, age, convention, religion, looks, money, education…

equality is not same as justice

Justice can only exist even if it means that others better off, are aware of their power and don’t use it, and if we do, it’s called fascism. Here is Merriam-Webster’s definition of fascism:

Fas·cism noun \ˈfa-ˌshi-zəm also ˈfa-ˌsi-\

: a way of organizing a society in which a government ruled by a dictator controls the lives of the people and in which people are not allowed to disagree with the government

: very harsh control or authority

I can see a very harsh control of authority everywhere, in between nations, in nations, in organizations, in groups and families, in between humans and animals and plants. Can you see it too? If you can, you can also chose try not to be a ‘fascist’ yourself. Voila, there’s the ultimate detox for you!

I believe it is possible. I know it’s possible, just because the awareness is there in us, and I believe all (maybe not a few sycophants) are willing to change it if they understood how, because many times it requires to be unconventional. The question is how to make people do what they want? How do we give ourselves the freedom of being good? I don’t know any other way than to make it happen than to feel oneness, connected, and to identify with all and everything. That’s when abuse disappears. If you know any other way please let me know? Quickly! I’m detoxing right now.

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