Justice is Necessary for Happiness
According to Plato the justice system is closely tied to the morals of an individual and that a just person is happier compared to an unjust person. This is because justice is good in itself as it originates from the human soul. The person that lives a just life will gain reputation in the society in addition to having peace of mind.
The society therefore acts as the custodian of justice and it is able to recognize and reward the just. On the contrary contemporary life experiences seem to contradict the opinions of Plato regarding justice. Observation in society seems to be in favor of the opinion that the unjust people enjoy life and are happier compared to those who are just. This is also true of in the biblical times when Job, wondered and complain to God that wicked people in society prospered whereas the righteous lived miserably.