Saturday, November 21, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice (18)

Justice incorporates and manipulates narrators and their invisible, exiled opponents. it allows deceitful narration to flourish by amalgamating trust and blame into a parody of cooperation. The narrator is exalted for his lies and partially pardoned, while the invisible exile continues to debate a prolonged wait in which time holds a lesser significance.

In an enforced exile, waiting eliminates the possibility of harmony, causing half of the separated entities to find a balance or descend into breeding hatred.

1 comment:

  1. Administering Justice is a greatest responsibility and, in my opinion, a person who chooses to administer Justice may be a very very good and honest one, or a swollen headed + crazy fellow at the same time. No half measures.
    The referee who administers a football match and the judge in a supreme court of a tribunal run along a common (although "parallele") path: they help the things to go ahead regularly or, if they make a mistake, they help to decide for a wrong result or for the death penalty to a non-guilty person.
    Your considerations are very interesting and I read them all the times.
    Best wishes!