To expand outside context, justice
To limit outside context, justice
combines with love
, and power
to generate contextual flow.
To integrate new context, justice
, and source
Context moves in cycles, such that justice
aligns to purpose
Justice emerges from the need to respond with purpose as part of all and acceptance of self as being in grace (harmony) with all in a way that grants perspective. When justice expands, redemption arises. When maintained, it flows into initiative.
The urge to hold on to justice or resist shifting into initiative habituates held justice into patterns of retribution. Retribution patterns generate requiring hunger for embedded experiences of objective self. This includes material content (effectiveness) and the challenges of probability and causation.
Awareness of justice reflects the universal need for self to be in harmony with all and the need to connect through source. Justice is the meaning-independent part of rational other-awareness. Together with power and love, it generates achieving self, the source of greater good.