For most of us, Justice and fairness is an innate trait. You don’t train for it, but it runs deeply, naturally, in us. The way each person defines Justice or develops a sense of Justice may, however, vary from person to person.
Ideally, a person who has cultured the ‘good’ sense of Justice would always;
Want to treat others the way they want other people to treat them-the golden rule.
Want everybody to get a fair share of their deeds or whatever they may need to have a balanced life.
Want to see the rightful actions taken for those who trespass against others.
From these concepts, we can argue that a person who has the ‘good’ sense of Justice is one who has a strong sense of what another person really deserve and what they, themselves too would deserve. They may also be willing to go the extra mile to ensure that Justice is rightfully served.
Consider this scenario; you were driving on a highway, and your dash cam captured a hit and run accident. You want to help the other party identify the party that fled the scene, but couldn’t stop and give your information because you were on a major highway, so you posted the footage on Scene Finder to try and help the person. The Golden Rule-treating others the way you want to be treated!
Why it is Important to Treat Others the Way You Want to Be Treated
This rule spans across benefiting the victims to benefiting the champion for Justice, the one person who wishes to help ensure that we ‘live in a balanced’ society. It is interesting that ‘getting used’ to this rule does not only help us build positive and mutually supportive communities but also improves our overall well-being.
Studies also suggest that building this trait would invite new situations into your life where other people would like you and also treat you the same way. On the same note, it is desirable that when you’re being fair, kind, and doing what you believe is right, to other people, don’t keep, hoping that every person would correspondingly treat you the same.
Finally, this trait would also help you build resilience and make it easy to tolerate disappointments. This will be crucial in helping you navigate through emotional or physical difficulties.
How to Follow the Golden Rule-Treat Others how You Want to Be Treated
- Be Friendly: It’s always nice to feel wanted and welcome. Nevertheless, some people may not want other people to act in a friendly manner towards them. Because of that, you must be sensitive to this approach.
- Practice compassion and empathy. In empathy, you train yourself to fit in other people’s shoes. Try to understand what other people go through, and probably the reasons why they do some things. After that, try to find out what you can do to help their situations.
Ideally, you can take one step at a time to help provide some solution to their ‘life puzzles’.
- Listen to others and be helpful. It is natural for us human beings to always want to talk. Exceptionally few people would actually be willing to listen to others. Interestingly, we want other people to listen to us. It’s prudent that we also learn to listen to other people. Finally, it is also important to train ourselves to be helpful. Being helpful in this case involves training ourselves to avoid ignoring other people’s problems and struggles.
Following this Rule Could Be Simpler than You Thought
Being helpful in different situations can be difficult, but with the right resources, you’ll find it fun and fulfilling. Scene Finder is a powerful platform that lets you capture or record scenes as they happen and help other people find Justice.
It’s simple, capture the footage and easily upload the content. This feature ensures that all users don’t struggle to use the platform. You can use it to capture important video or picture-based pieces of evidence for incidents which are then used by experts like insurance claim agencies and lawyers to help the victims find Justice.
The best part of it is that you maintain complete anonymity and also get paid for high quality contents that help provide the much-needed pieces of evidence once they’re purchased. Sign up today to be part of our community of kind-hearted contributors who help others resolve claims quickly and fairly.