Justice is a concern for peace, fairness and respect. In Madagascar, I’ve realized there is a lack in justice. For instance, some people haven’t had power in hours, days and some in weeks. We haven’t had many outages but we did lose electricity all day a few weeks ago. I think it isn’t fun to have no power. It makes me angry that some people don’t have much, electricity, water or wealth. And when they do have electricity, they have to wait in very long lines to pay for it.
Some people don’t have any electricity. I think justice is important for everyone to have. If I feel sad when I don’t have power or water other people would be sad too. Life needs justice, because God created all people equal and everyone should be treated fairly. In the Bible it says to treat others how you want to be treated. If there’s no justice in the world people get angry and start to protest and have riots. Sometimes, people don’t approve of their government and their choices. In Madagascar, the people complain to the government for not being treated fairly, and they get put in jail. When there isn’t any justice, people don’t obey laws and they steal. People can pay to get themselves free. What can I do to maintain justice where I’m living? I can do my best to set a good role model by being just to everyone I meet. By letting people have a turn before me or giving things to people who have nothing. I can also tell people about God and obey him by sharing his love. the world would be a better place if everyone had justice.