A kind of fairness among human beings comes out of each other.
How to understand? Even if others have it, I have to have it too. When others get it, I will get it too. It doesn't matter how much you get, or even earlier or later.
Like everyone, there is peace in the world.
Taking 10,000 steps back, even if it is unlucky, everyone will carry it together when the sky falls, and everyone is unhappy, and I feel that my heart is different and happy and relaxed.
Such fairness actually requires a balance. Because it is not true fairness, it does not have much value. The essence of this kind of balance is to be within a comparable range and not to be inferior to others.
Therefore, people are born to delineate a comparable circle for themselves. All the joys, sorrows, sorrows and joys are, to a certain extent, the joys, sorrows, sorrows and joys that are born in comparison with those in the circle. As for the distance, and the infinite distance, even if there are people who are wealthy than the enemy, they can still be open-minded, sitting on the side of the road and applauding each other: Strangers, bless you, I hope you have a bright future, what the happy lightning tells you , I will also tell everyone.
Beggars are not richer than princes, Lu Zhishen’s sticks are not as much as Guan Gong’s swords, and the tortoise does not need to worry about not catching up with the rabbit. Not in the same world, it doesn't matter who is poor, rich, good, or bad. A kindergarten kid will care that other children have more lollipops than his. One colleague just wants to know the salary stub of another colleague. There is the same dream in the same world. The fairness of the world is the fairness that is attained.
For a long life, true fairness is only the appeal at the start. For example, if two people are born in the same place, eat the same whole grains, receive the same education, and bathe in the same sunlight, it is almost fair.
As for whether the final outcome is success or failure, it has nothing to do with fairness itself. After all, this result is influenced by one's own literacy and external factors. It is hard to say that oneself is inherently lacking here, and externally lacking in nature.
Even so, there is no need to be entangled in certain results. For example, when you grow up, you find that you don't look good with your girlfriends, or you develop well without your deskmates, which is a bit boring. People live a lifetime, and they will inevitably encounter some unpredictable things. Sometimes they come to work, and sometimes they are frustrated. In a heavy ending, it is meaningless for Sapo to play tricks, or to look at Shu.
In "Water Margin", Li Kui is an extraordinary character.
After Song Jiang went to Liangshan, he immediately picked up his father and younger brother to enjoy the bonus of falling into the grass, eating wine and meat with a big bowl, and dividing the gold and silver. Li Kui thought to himself, you have a father, and I also have an old mother! Since your second-in-command has the privilege, I, Li Tieniu, are not vegetarian either. Therefore, Li Kui cried: "This one also goes to fetch the master, that one also goes to see the mother. The partial iron cow came out of a pit in the earth. I also want to fetch her (mother) to come here to be happy." Just like this. He dared to challenge the leader to be fair. This kind of fairness appeal has primitive self-consciousness.
Of course, the arrangement of the novel is that not only did the old woman not enjoy the blessing, she died under the mouth of a hungry tiger before she went to Liangshan. But the setting of this bridge section is of great significance.
In "Dream of Red Mansions", there is a section of sending palace flowers. It is said that Aunt Xue brought out the twelve palace flowers and asked Zhou Rui's family to send them to the sisters everywhere. Send the last two to Lin Daiyu. Daiyu asked, "Is it just for me, or do other girls have it?" Zhou Rui's family said: "Everyone has it, these two are girls." Daiyu sneered: "I'll just I know, others don't pick the rest and don't give it to me." Hearing this, Lin Daiyu seems to want fairness, but it is actually very unfair, that is, he hopes to get the priority right to choose palace flowers. In Lin Daiyu's view, it is not good to pick the rest. This fairness requires tricks, and it also highlights a basic problem of fairness: the existence of priority must be contrary to fairness itself.
Lin Daiyu is sometimes thin, but she is never mother-in-law. She sees unfairness and wants to be fair, and because she wants to be fair, she appears unfair. This shows that on the road of chasing fairness, sometimes it seems to be very kingly, but it is inevitable that she appears a little overbearing.