Victory over injustice

In a broadcast from Egypt I heard on the radio, during the recent demonstrations in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, a reporter asked one Egyptian woman what she hoped would come of the protests. She answered in one word: “Justice.” 

Whether it’s about political or social wrongs, business disputes, job loss, or even illness, our world often does not seem to be a very just and fair place. Yet, justice is vital to peoples’ lives. Even young children are already keenly aware of what is just or not, and they will, as every parent knows, speak up in no uncertain terms when they deem something to be “not fair.”

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