African Tradition “Justice” means Supreme Ethics (Ma’at Values meshed with Morals) used to know the difference between what one has a “Right” (entitled) to do and what is “Right” to do. And then doing “Right”! “Rights” are Ma’at Morals (i.e. the Spiritual Elements of Unconditional Love, Truth, Reality, and the Natural); “Wrongs/Evils” are oppositions to the Spiritual Elements. Justice is administered by Ma’at people to manifest as appropriate balance in reconciling natural opposites or differences–and not compromising good with evil. All humans have “Spiritual Justice” derived from the Spark of the Flame of the Cosmic Force imparting into the inmost sanctuary of their Souls, a Conscience. So, the Cosmic Force’s Wisdom and Spiritual Power are stored in Conscience to serve as Spiritual vehicles for conveying to a human’s mind the fundamental rights/wrongs in life. When Spiritually oriented people consider doing wrong, or do it, their Consciousness involuntarily reacts—and not from an acquired reflex–but from the "Voice of the Silence". Hence, the Cosmic Force’s activating Instincts within a human’s “Self” Divine Consciousness are “Felt” objectively as Vibrations within the subjectivity of that human’s mind. The “Self” Divine Consciousness is the Static Background of a human’s Selfhood—while the Sensory Consciousness is its Dynamic Foreground. Humans’ Free Wills alter these to fashion varied Justices. Type I Spiritual Justice people’s “ME/WE” setting prior to Earth World birth is their “Self” Divine Consciousness–in their Cosmic Subjective Realms “home” of primordial “humans-to-be”–with its own Unconscious partner. Each human is interconnected with all Cosmic Organisms as well as being interpenetrated with her/his inner Reality world flow of Conscience, Divine/Sensory Consciousness, and Soul Sunshine’s Spiritual Elements. Maintaining this integrity enables consistent Ma’at Right Life Living. This inner Reality and its Pre-Birth Emotions/Intellect, Talent, Senses, Memory, and other Brain/Mind faculty Associates produce an inner life movie.
Together, they serve–directed and orchestrated by ones screen writer’s Conscience–as the movie’s actors or actresses, prompter (to assist as a reminder to use Ma’at thought, feelings, expressions, deeds for this or that situation), stage manager, audience, and critic for each scene in ones life. Its Ma’at “ME/WE” benefits end represents African Tradition’s Spiritual Selfhood Self-Justice. It is also used for assessing people’s Inner Worlds; for Inner and Outer World situations; and to compare Outer World scenarios. Qualified Judges of Spiritual Justice have separated their “Selves” (the Infinite) from their Personalities (the finite). Thus, as “Non-Selves,” they can invoke upon their own Personality actions the same punishments, constraints, guidelines, and regulations as they would place on Personality deeds of others. An example is admitting to non-evil people any injustice done to others. Both are within the context of the Spiritual Elements. Ancient Africans’ Ari (African)/Karma(India) Justice is based upon all Creatures being “One.” Thus, the good/wrong one does is ones own eventual reward/punishment. In short, the Law of Herukhuti says: "Know that God neither punishes nor rewards nor protects–that you will have the comfort of controlling these for yourself"—not ‘For’ your sins but ‘By’ your sins. Type II Secular people have allowed a partial “Cloud” to be put over their “Self” Divine Consciousness. Still, although occasionally engaging in mild Spiritual Elements deviation “Wrongs,” they are typically ‘Just’ to the “ME/WE”. Type III have a complete “Cloud” over their “Self” Divine Consciousness. Slight Wrongs are periodic parts of their lifestyle. Type IV is Supernatural cults evilness from attacking the Spiritual Elements. Their Justice is rigid—being whatever the most powerful ones in it say is Justice/Injustice. The GUN and their eagerness to Kill/Destroy allows them to do whatever they like.
For practically all governments, justice is force of power in the interest of the stronger. Leaders fear being victims of Injustice but have no problem with committing it. Type II and III say they emphasize an objective set of standards by which to judge whether others and things fittingly conform to Reason for legal or moral situations. But their problems concern their bias/faulty legal/moral justice concepts. African Tradition’s Middle Way is “Fair-Justice” by imparting Unity underlying Understood Contradictory Opposites and Contrary Opposition.Treating opposing sides, as is done with completely unknown objects, is how to arrive at Fair Justice. jabaileymd.com; JABLifeSkills; Theievoice.com