Comment: Really?

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Then you never have the right to get angry about anything, ever again. You never have the right to say an injustice has been done to you, or anyone else, ever again. If there is no absolute standard of right and wrong, on anything, then there is no right and wrong period and nobody has the right to seek justice, ever.

Does this seem like truth to you? Every human at some point feels violated by someone else about something, and it has nothing to do with religious training. If you had two people who always lived in the wild, and one takes food that the other gathered/hunted for himself, the one that was robbed will feel injustice has been done.

That voice inside all of us that tells us "I've been wronged and I'm going to get justice" is proof that there must indeed be such a thing as justice.

The mantra "There is no right and wrong" really has an unspoken "unless wrong happens to me" attached.

Michael, the Archangel, defend us in battle. Mary, Our Mother, protect us under your mantle.