118. ARE YOU FAIR AND JUST? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman - Rita Nnamani - teenage empowerment

 118. ARE YOU FAIR AND JUST?



Learning to be just and fair is one of the most crucial parts of this path called adolescence. These values are fundamental to establishing mutual respect, trust, and solid interpersonal bonds. You may navigate your adolescent years with integrity and empathy, by asking yourself if you are just and fair.

Treating everyone equally, irrespective of their background, abilities, or social standing, is the definition of being fair. It entails treating people with the respect and opportunity that you would like to receive, yourself. Being fair fosters an atmosphere in which individuals are respected and feel important. Stronger friendships and a more welcoming community may result from this.

On the other hand, being just, entails making difficult judgments based on what is morally and ethically correct. It entails accepting accountability for your deeds, and speaking up for your beliefs. To be just means to act in a way that upholds justice and equality and to consider carefully how your actions affect other people.

It is critical to acknowledge that, on some occasions, acting justly and fairly calls for guts. There will be times when acting in your own best interest, or following the crowd will seem more convenient. Nonetheless, it demonstrates strength of character, to decide to stand up for what is right even when it is unpopular. This could be, standing up for someone who is receiving unfair treatment or denouncing injustice, even if it means facing criticism. It may even mean doing the right thing, at the expense of yourself, family or friend.

Being aware of your own biases and prejudices is one approach to live a life that is fair and just. All people have prejudices, but by being conscious of them, you may confront and get over them. Regardless of your first impressions or presumptions, this understanding enables you to treat people fairly and with respect. Instead of passing judgment on someone based on preconceived assumptions or preconceptions, try to see them for who they truly are.

Furthermore, pay attention to what other people have to say. Making judgments based on empathy and listening might help you make more thoughtful and fair choices. This broadens your perspective of the world and improves your relationships in addition to making you fairer and more just.




Thank you very much for your time. 


This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)


Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).



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