Unitive Justice

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Unitive justice is a process for addressing conflict that works according to an internal design, matching perfectly with the circumstances being addressed—whatever they are. Equity and balance are integral to its process, enabling this system to embrace ever-changing possibilities without diminishing anyone’s power. In this form of justice, all participants honor one another, enhancing harmony and goodwill in their interpersonal relations. Forgiving the past is mutually beneficial, so that the present leads to a future free of anyone’s bondage. Such justice emanates from love.



Author: Sylvia Clute