"Why is human justice so imperfect? Because it can only judge those offences committed on the material plane. When someone has encroached on his neighbour’s property, or has failed to pay him fully, or has given him a few blows and insulted him, the laws are against him and he is condemned. But when, by his writing, his speech or his example, he has caused thousands of people to lose their faith, hope and love, when he has incited them to corruption or violence, then, in most cases, human justice leaves him alone. Everyone is free to express his thoughts and desires, even the most shocking, without considering their potential consequences on the destiny of those who are weaker and more easily influenced. Stolen jewellery, broken windows, oh yes, this is important, but souls and spirits plunged in doubt, rebellion and disarray, this is not serious. It explains why the worst criminals often run free."
Omraam Mikhael Aivanhov