I have never been tired or wearied by the concepts of justice and equality. What has tired me is waiting for justice and equality.
I write about concepts of equality and justice; it is not always possible to define justice and equality because they are concepts whose definition leads to over complex ideas and dogma. Perhaps it is easier to know what is not just and what is not equal, rather than to define what is just and equal. It is not necessary to define a camel and a mountain to know what is a camel and what is a mountain.
Our political system gives the power of law making to those who have inherited power or to those who have worked on the basis that the most important goal is to seek power. Some of them believe that upon seeking power their own munificence will enable them, by enacting laws, to bring equality and justice to the people, but just as I am wearied by the wait for justice and equality, so are those in power wearied by the process of achieving power.
So we shall all wait for justice and equality, and wait and wait until there are those who in power will act as true and loyal servants of the people, servants who need little reward and no recognition.