Imagine that You accidentally a man came on foot in the bus. You apologized, and the man reacted normally. No conflict, everything is fine. But the next day You see that person in the bus when going to get in. If You go in the door next to him or, if possible, select a different one? I'd rather prefer the second. But then it turns out that I will be shunned by man, which is nothing against me did not. Why? It's not fair? Just “justice” we will expect from him the same things that made themselves. Here and do not want to stand with him given the choice. So freedom violates justice.
Justice – a category for a closed system where freedom is limited. People will be guided by the principle of justice, but if it does, what the consequences of his actions will affect him. And the more degree of freedom, the more urgent the question of justice. Remember a communal apartment, where all the dramas can be played because “unfair” the claims of neighbors inside the same housing. So after the question of fairness is always a question of power, conflict and suppression. It turns out: I want justice – prepare for war.
In psychotherapy, the dilemma of freedom and justice is highly relevant. Experiencing resentment is usually associated with injustice. The customer often wants it to be “freed” these feelings out. We have, however, sometimes meet with a manipulative request for help in “justice”. In such cases, I think it is better to speak plainly: “fairness – in the court!” (although, of course, if she was there…). In turn, freedom is one of the fundamental principles of psychotherapy. Ultimately, the client becomes better it is in the process of gradual liberation from the artificial framework, as you gain more creative and personal relationship to their own lives. But to pay for it big and it is not about the money: they want freedom – don't wait for justice!