Common people, this should get one big "NOPE!". Don't you ever feel screwed in the butt by reality? And, on the other hand, aren't you sometimes blessed with incredible luck? Both situations aren't fair, for you or someone else. The thing is to get over it. A qoute from Vonnegut's "Slaughterhouse 5" may help: so it goes.
Life is either fair or it isn't, and it isn't. We all enter life through the lottery of birth, and conditions are markedly unequal. Inequalities abound, from physical to intellectual to socioeconomic.
Whether a person can improve their life in spite of the inequalities is another issue. There is no guarantee they can, but that doesn't stop most from trying. People who say, "You just have to make the best of it" are missing the point. A child who starves to death at the age of two has a hard time of making the best of it. That is the reality of life for some.
Life is fair to some but not for all people. Life is what you make of it. It`s gets very hard but without bad they won`t be any good. All things work together if you look at it from the Lords eyes but we can`t see! Some of us were cursed before we were even born. It will be light at the end of the tunnel for all. So that why life is fair to me. Thanks
surely no, but in any situation people getting things they deserved. (you can say in this way -yes)
Are people fair?
Life happens; people act.
Of course not. But the bigger question is what is fair? How do you define it, it is everyone has the same opportunities? Even if everyone had the same opportunities, life still wouldn't be "fair" as about half of our population gives birth while the other half doesn't, is that "fair". Would it be fair if everyone started life with the same resources, or given the same educations, what is "fair".