When reversed, Justice suggests that the user has done something they know is morally wrong. You have a choice to make: come clean and make amends, or continue to hide the truth. Justice, regardless of orientation, is a card built on consequences. The truth will come to light either by your own hand or by its own accord. Similarly, this position can also imply that the user has refused to take accountability for something they’ve done. Blaming others won’t assuage you of guilt or fault. Reassess the situation and work to understand where you’ve gone wrong. Don’t let it ferment and fester. Forgiveness starts within you. If you’re in the midst of making an important decision, understand the potential for future consequences. Don’t go into things hastily. Seek to make balanced decisions, especially if the fallout affects those around you.