8978 - The phases of the Justs

N. Lygeros

When you are Just, in the beginning you think that your role has been determined and that’s all. However, Humanity wants more sacrifices to live and then you must go through the phases, which create new lives and leave behind the other ones, so that evolution may occur. For awakening is not sufficient. To complete the process, there is no longer any ‘musts’, everything is now based upon the proper. We don’t seek for fulfillment, but for perfection, so that the return will not be necessary, but it will rather constitute a choice of a Master. Otherwise, there would have been only an algorithm of transformation; yet, here the combinations are free. There is no longer any dictionary; the whole vocabulary is just an Encyclopedia. Each entry has a depth and its surface doesn’t count any longer. It is in this context that the concept of the double death, as described by Albert Camus in his work ‘the Just’, has a meaning. Most of us have the impression that the formulation is simply a literary approach of a philosophical reality and stick to literature. However, the awakening does not suffice. Without work there is no right to life for a Just. Without sacrifices the Just remains in the same phase, because he/she has not changed the reality, has not materialized the vision through action, to give then birth to utopia and think of the unthinkable. For a Just, the Master is not an acceptance, neither a model, but a catalytic choice which allows him/her to transform him/herself so that he/she may bear the burden of the crimes against humanity and struggle against barbarity, thanks to the structure of his/her thought, which doesn’t cease to resist to the easiness provided by the system, which is aiming to exterminate the Just in the end, since the latter is guilty of this, due to the work itself, namely teleology and not due to existence, namely ontology. Throughout these phases the Just learns how to suffer with resilience in order to avoid collapsing, while managing his/her successive excesses. For without those the Just is not able to support the work of the Masters, who deal only with Humanity, its preservation and its evolution. The demands are many and there are no more complaints. The difficulty of the struggle makes the Just grow so that he places himself not over the others, but deeper, because he will always look the others with his/her gaze in their own height. In other words, the Just acquires roots, while he/she seems to be at the same level with the others. For the Just spends more to be there, otherwise he would not seem approachable and the victims and the survivors would not dare to touch him with their complaints.