One thing doesn't justify the other, though, I think and rethink my future action to a person when he knows he's doing something bad for me and acts naturally as if he's doing nothing wrong. One has to put oneself in the other's shoes before performing such an action and thinking, "Would that make me sad?" or "What do I get out of it?". These are thoughts that at the time of anger make you more thoughtful and calmer to know what action you will take in front of your neighbor's action. In addition, by answering your question in a generic way (in my view): Yes, power corresponds to people. Hope this helps.