Karmic Justice


Thoughts from ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ by Harper Lee (as adapted and illustrated by Fred Fordham):  

Human courts of law run upon imperfect laws written by imperfect humans, presided over by imperfect judges, imperfect jury members and imperfect lawyers, who interpret the law and justice imperfectly. As such, worldly justice is only as just as karmic justice allows it to be… although being pardoned in this world now does not mean being pardoned forever, just as being charged for ‘this’ now could actually be being charged for ‘that’ in the past. The long arm of karmic law stretches far, as the perfect law, that metes out truly equal justice for all. 

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