Excerpt – “A Fine Line for Justice” – Chapter Two – “The Ruling of Competition” – 6/2/2020

Structure must be divided between two types. There is the structure that never moves, though simply grows upwards, like the tree. Then, there is the structure that grows by moving and enacting based on the responsible self. The placement of Justice in this, is in the comprehension that through the responsible self, there is Justice for the realization of one’s wrongdoings. One’s wrongdoings are, of course, going to fall in line with the irresponsible self, being that of someone who does not want to confront their own mistakes.

The responsible one will enforce their wisdom to be uplifted, by the realization that what had been done was irresponsible. For any mistake in the world, realized to cause harm upon another, it had been done through the aspect of ignorance. Ignorance deconstructs, while knowledge will construct the structure, as has been the previous mentioning. Though, there could be the downfall for a structure, as a person, since that individual could be of the former or latter growth.

To be of the former, that of the growth that pertains to being alike a tree, is to realize that one is dependent. It is to say that something like the skyscraper, only rises through the essence of success. To build upon oneself, in the manner of believing one can grow through being wholly dependent, will make the individual powerless. Not only powerless, though also holding a lack of empathy for all others who surround that individual.

Individual accomplishment, never slowed by the distractions of being empathetic, will be done purely through the gain from someone else’s source. It is the essence of dependency that causes the successful person to rise, without needing to stop. Without needing to stop, would mean for each “successful person” to never achieve anything without being dependent. Such means that a person who is dependent, does not rely upon any other source, nor do they offer that source to anyone else. It is the definition of greed, to hog an endless supply from anyone else, while keeping it for oneself.

Empathy distracts the achiever by causing them to be slowed on the straight road to the individual’s success. They might be distracted by others who yearn for the same success. It is to be noted, at this time, that there are three types of people, upon the path within that realm of achievement.

There are, of the first, those who have achieved, have fulfilled all their requirements to be deemed a successful individual. There are, of the second, those who have yet to achieve, though hold full motivation to do so. There are, of the third, those who have no desire to achieve, because they lack all motivation to do so.

Place the second upon that road to achievement, and they can be distracted by their own empathy to pull the third with them. Only those, who are on the road to achieve, will ever be able to bring along those who can be revived of their motivation.

Those of the first will treat those of the third like a spread of seeds, needing to grow like trees, with hurled sustenance to rain upon them. They will treat the second as a threat, as though they might adopt their place of power. Those of the first will place active focus on the second, with passive focus on the third.

3 thoughts on “Excerpt – “A Fine Line for Justice” – Chapter Two – “The Ruling of Competition” – 6/2/2020

    1. Much can be interpreted, in our world, out of a personal choice to see “through the eyes of the beholder”, but not Justice. Justice proves itself, based on either responsible or irresponsible actions.

      We cannot ever “interpret” Justice, because that is very dangerous. In interpreting it, we inevitably place ourselves on a pedestal for everyone else to listen to that interpretation. Therefore, whatever interpretation of Justice is spoken aloud, much relates to a “personal desire” to see things through an individual vision. Such means that everything personal about this interpretation of Justice, will bring that person upon the side of Vengeance, not Justice.

      Justice proves itself, through evidence. It’s not something we can interpret, because by believing we can be personal and self-absorbed in that interpretation, we hold the mindset of believing we can “get away” with having one.

      Because, through being subjective on something, a person inevitably rejects the idea of being objective. Through being subjective, a person makes a personal decision, and like every decision, it is going to be solely for the self, not for anyone else. That is because when we care for another person, care for what we’ve created, care for what our hands can sculpt of the world, we never have a choice in the matter of our actions.

      Who has a choice in caring for who one loves? Who has a choice in doing what is right for someone else? No one.

      Therefore, being “subjective” on something like Justice, makes a person want a choice to interpret it. That means that interpreting Justice will cause a person, through that choice, to reject the objective meaning of Justice. Because, to be objective means to giving to others, in terms of what has been stored.

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      1. Absolutely! There are some things in life that can’t be a matter of opinions and negotiations. This confusion comes from the democratization of everything, which did more harm to democracy then to other systems. Thank you for your reply!

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