Dual nature- A person may become a judge and at times a lawyer tooA judge has to assess the correctness or legality of an act committed by a person and give a verdict while a lawyer is a person who tries to argue and prove that his client is correct. He will always try to find out the mistakes of the other parties and try to support his client.
In life, a single person may become a judge sometimes and sometimes a lawyer. He acts as a judge when he says and tries to prove that his acts are correct and his verdict is final for him. Again, he acts as a lawyer when he tries to prove that the other person is wrong irrespective of the correctness.
Why this dual nature? I feel this is related to the selfishness of a person? Do you agree?