God on the other hand is totally balanced and often appears unfair to the subject of the restoration of balance. God created Heaven and Hell. That's the very definition of balance, and justice. In this system it's fair too. The ones that object to hell as a concept, do so on their own subjective paradigm of what "love" is. In this perverted world, love and grace are inter changeable, and have no consequence for an action. That defies both logic, and the laws of physics. Mathematically an equation strives to equal, balance both sides. Heaven has to have a balance, hell.
The consequence of action requires a result, heaven or hell. Balance, allows every individual to choose their own consequence. That's the very definition of justice, balance and the laws of physics. Why would we debate the existence of hell when it's the direct consequence of a corresponding choice.
Balance has to be restored in our thinking. Our present self serving mindset will have the ultimate consequence of a system wide shut down, as balance is restored. Have we not learnt the lesson from the Wall Street collapse? Balance had to be restored. We attempted to alleviate the pain with various economic stimulus, but that just lengthened our suffering. Greed led to collapse. Greed is not capitalism, greed is unbridled capitalism. No balance, led to a system wide collapse. The consequence was devastating to many. Most people who were caught up in the housing bubble were caught up by the mindset that there was no end, and that's ok. History records otherwise.
The world will always be a system. As we know from both mathematical and scientific models, systems will always restore themselves, to bring the balance back. Balance is actually fair and just, it's our paradigm that has been allowed to get off balance.
Greed encourages off balanced thinking to become your new reality. When the system seeks to restore balance, you feel slighted, and complain about it being unfair. The unfair part was greed that led to a selfish mindset, believing you deserved more. Ultimately when balance is restored and the new norm becomes familiar, true joy sets in.
Loss of excess leads to real joy. Too much will cloud your mind, stealing your peace.