Unitarian Universalists covenant together to affirm and promote justice, equity, and compassion in human relations.
What is justice?
Justice is truth. The truth is that we are all one, not separate.
This idea of oneness is hard for dualistic minds to comprehend. Our understanding on the path of the ego is based on dichotomies, comparisons, perception of differences, the reduction of wholes into component parts, separations.
We have been told, however, that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, and it is in this awareness that truth and justice arise.
Justice requires the giving up of comparisons and dichotomies: this is good, that is bad; this is sweet, that is sour; this is high, that is low; this is thin, that is fat; this is right, that is wrong, etc.
As is said in some circles, "It's all good."
Saying this is an awareness on the spiritual path. This is not a statement that makes sense on the path of the ego.
On the path of the spirit, it is all good, true, and just.