We experience justice only after we can identify our relations. Once we have identified our relation with other person our response there becomes based on values. The result of which gets evaluated by both sides and mutual fulfilment starts happening. Justice is that which can satisfy both sides. It is not justice until both sides are satisfied. I am asked what we should do with criminals. My answer is – one who committed crime did that because we failed to make that person wise. I ask you, why do you seek justice based on conduct of criminals, why don’t you see justice in those who are good? There are so many people who don’t commit any crimes, who we don’t have any problems with, with whom we mutually evaluate and find fulfilment. How can that be forgotten?
- An excerpt from English Translation of Jeevan Vidya – Ek Parichaya