How is doing good different from doing justice? Which one is easier to do?
I believe it all depends on the real reason we try to do anything in life. If we attempt something good with a mindset that it will bring us praise and recognition then the good done by that is overshadowed by one's own selfish needs. In effect, we create an expectation for ourselves as a result of our action. Doing good is like giving a gift...it is something you want others to have and you require nothing of them or anyone else in order to provide it...not even a simple thank you. The same can be said of doing justice...it all depends on one's own motives for involvement. ~WB
I think doing good is much easier than doing justice. When we do good in society and we feel we are doing good, does not mean we are doing justice. Doing charity is good, does not mean we are doing justice, he may need something else. So it is not easy to do justice to the things we do in the life for ourselves and others.
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