These two concepts are the basic pillars of our everyday life. Truth and justice are fixed factors and basic prerequisites for everything we are going to do; in every step, every thought and organizing of our lives.
Truth and not lies, right and not wrong constitute both in our individual and social maps the latitude and longitude on which all our activities take place. The truth, meaning the thing that does not go into oblivion and cannot be concealed, is our main tool with which we clarify our visible but also conceivable issues. On the other hand, justice, i.e. the proper allocation of profits and losses, directs every reasoning and act that we want to do.
These two concepts are described and analyzed in the Holy Letters and, as we endeavor in them, we draw positive and negative examples for writing our own personal history.