Common usage: Justice is a concept of fairness in a situation where rights, personal interests, or property, are affected adversely by the acts of others. Justice generally means redress for grievances, fair treatment, and a fair trial when accused. People demand justice when they consider themselves unfairly treated or not receiving a fair hearing. In common usage, justice means an honest judgment.
In the legal context, justice is defined in a similar way to the common usage form, but the definition has a legal status. If a person doesn't receive a fair trial, the principle of justice allows an appeal to review the case.
It seems simple enough to help yourself by doing health activities and staying away from things that are bad for you. But, some feel being responsible in this nature is boring and want some excitement in their lives. You can engage in interesting things worthwhile without harming yourself or going against personal ethics. For some, it may not be enough to do the right thing every day and others may not see a point in doing so. Your actions speak louder than words and you may not realize who looks to you for support or as a role model. Unfortunately, many do not realize how their actions can affect others whether they meant to be positive or negative.