I Believe in Justice
Justice involves moral rightness. It builds its aspects on rationality, ethics, law and natural law, religion, fairness, and equity. Justice takes into account the administration of the law, consideration of the rights of citizens and all human beings, and civil rights ensuring equal protection of such rights before the law. Justice hardly entails discrimination based on gender, race, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnicity, religion, disability, or age among other human traits. A good society or institution is built on the practices that are portrayed in this essay. I believe in justice since people should only be equal before the law with the employment of justice in all institutions.
Justice is a virtue that is given the first priority in social institutions. In social institutions, people expect justice in the way they are treated. Lack of justice in the operation of various institutions and government sectors results in social problems. Along with justice, the other important virtues including benevolence, prudence, charity, mercy, compassion, and generosity may be incorporated, though all of them work well without justice. Incorporating justice in all institutional activities involve utilization of various virtues. Justice thus seems to incorporate all aspects of good virtues in human practices and interaction with other people. It brings out the quality of righteousness, moral rightness, and equity.
Without justice, the law would not play a significant role in correcting the society through the provision of punishment. The lack of justice leads to vices in the practice of law. An unjust judge can make a judgment in favor of one party, especially the party that pleases the judge due to human variation traits like race, color, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender, or nationalism. Justice ensures that lawbreakers are judged and punished according to their deeds. A just court system ensures justice for all people and ignores any differences between people whether physical, religious, social, or financial.
A just society is based upon equality and solidarity principles. Such a society builds a strong understanding and valuation of human rights. Justice ensures that the dignity of every human being is maintained. Human right has been a major issue in various societies and institutions. For example, the rights of workers cannot be exercised without adequate and incorrupt justice system. Justice creates a good organizational or societal image, with the systems that treat all people equally. Justice strengthens employee motivation in organization. Authorities provide rewards without favoritism or discrimination. People within a just society or employees within a just organization are motivated to work collectively towards development and achievement of the goals.
I strongly believe in justice in the society, organizations, various sectors, and in the law system. Justice ensures that evil practices that distort development are evaded. Justice ensures that laws are just in that they are enforceable, acceptable, and discoverable. Enforceable and just laws are obeyed and accepted by the majority of the society. These laws are not based on secrete in their operation. A society built with just systems and laws is rich in virtues and its members are happy and equal before the law. All people should believe in justice.