What is Justice For Life?

Four core beliefs:

  1. We believe that survival beliefs and behaviors cause injustice
  2. We believe that humanity has everything needed to live in sustainable peace on earth
  3. We believe that anyone can heal from past harm and injustice and live long, happy lives
  4. We believe in a greater purpose to seek justice for all people and all life

How Do These Beliefs Help Us Restore Justice?

We think and act broadly, across four domains of belief and action:

Social Justice

The Problem: We are insecure, justifying aggression towards each other and perpetuating cycles of violence that echo through generations.

The solution: Be a pacifist, avoid aggression in all aspects of your life.

Economic Justice

The Problem: We are ignorant, believing that by consolidating and growing resources for ourselves, we are better off than those around us.

The solution: Be a philanthropist, share what you have to help those with less

Political Justice

The Problem: We are intolerant, seeing the worst in each other and failing to stay together through complex changes.

The solution: Be a Humanist, see the best in others and the strength that comes with diversity.

Ecological Justice

The Problem: We are inactive, disconnecting ourselves from our natural environment to be comfortable, and ignoring the devastating consequences to our health and sustainability.

The solution: Be a vegan, and stop the unsustainable consumption of life.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. reminds us that the idea of purpose in seeking justice is not new.

How Do We Confront Injustice?

Our theory defines the causes of injustice as insecurity, ignorance, intolerance, and inactivity in our own life, and in the live of others. As these are systematic problems, they must be addressed with complex strategies.

"With a balance of experience among four universal values (Individuality, Wisdom, Community, and Change), and along three depths of application (Awareness, Understanding, and Lifestyle), all humans can enjoy long, happy lives of purpose in reducing injustice."

Justice For Life applies this theory of change into 12 core messages. Each messages is grounded in science, expressed through stories, and contains wisdom that is both ages old, and applicable to your daily life.

What Are You Going To Do Now?

A message from the founder of Justice For Life, Jason Sears