Perhaps because all of us have always been taught fairness, since what is involved in justice has a strong impact on our emotional and mental state. This is also proved by scientists.
Studies show that the Rewards Center in the brain is activated when we see fairness, even if that fairness belongs to someone else. Just as when we see injustice, this affects Amygdala lymph nodes – almond shaped structures play an important role in forming fear and other emotional states.
That means that when you feel like you are being injustice, we often fall into a state of anger and resentment, along with a feeling of anxiety and insecurity.
Psychologists argue that the act of fighting for the fairness of others is considered a form of ‘disguised self-interest’, meaning that when it comes to the fairness of others, we will have The feeling of satisfaction is like getting justice for yourself.
No matter how much you try not to let yourself be affected, we will still have to undergo strong physical and biological reactions when we see injustice, which can limit our ability to think and react. Our positive.
Do we need to be fair?