What is the difference between Justice & Vengeance?
How can you differentiate between the two? What is justice to you? Can vengeance be justice? Who decides?
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Individual judgment is vengeance.
Institutional judgment under individual control is vengeance.
Institutional judgment without law is vengeance.
Individual love and forgiveness is justice.
Institutional judgment according to law is justice.
Institutional negotiation for collective good is justice.
In sum, no individuals should make decision concerning justice.
In order that institutions can serve collective good with justice, laws should be made by legal institutions of the people, by the people and
for the people.
At present, the world has no justice, because no proper laws and
proper institutions are established. This might achieved in the near
future by prestigious agencies under the democratic UN of a unified
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“…. the setting up of parliaments, the organizing of assemblies of consultation, constitutes the very foundation and bedrock of government, there are several essential requirements which these institutions must fulfill. First, the elected members must be righteous, God-fearing, high-minded, incorruptible. Second, they must be fully cognizant, in every particular, of the laws of God, informed as to the highest principles of law, versed in the rules which govern the management of internal affairs and the conduct of foreign relations, skilled in the useful arts of civilization, and content with their lawful emoluments.”
(Abdu’l-Baha, The Secret of Divine Civilization, p. 16)
Of and By and For People
Govern with Justice
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