One of the most topical and timeless issues of everyday life is injustice.
It is an element that is difficult to tolerate, especially when this injustice comes from high-ranking people, people with authority, who of course apply injustice not in the interest of others, but as a rule, in their own interest.
This indicates that our sensitivity to justice is dimmed and does not work properly, but it works either in favoritism or in an indifferent and unfair manner. The ultimate result, however, is the feeling of injustice, and when this injustice is accompanied by deeds, every reasonable person is dismantled, asking to stop injustice, restore order and return the law.
However, quite often, we too do wrong to others, either from ignorance or from a personal interest covered with a mantle of deliberate ignorance. Christ Himself puts this social behavior, which affects every person of everyday life, first in our life values.