By Dave Emerson on November 19, 2018
For many, the word "justice" fits within very specific confines: often tied to a court of law or an explicit people group.
We think of justice as arbitration—"these people are guilty." Or, "this child is innocent."
We don't think of justice as a vital aspect of our core identity.
What's more, we often actively resist the notion that injustice exists as an inherent bias within our being…