Brecht seeks on his myth a new world where it will exist the eternal love and affection for man. The lack of humanism and justice that influenced his mental world because of the Nazism and war, influences also this plays clearly. The principal character of the play, Grusha seeks also the feeling of love, claiming a baby who found abandoned by her mother. To whom this child belongs when the physical mother decides to reivindicate it? Azdak, a humble popular man comes to give the answer, proclaimed himself as a judge. With base his law, which is the truth, love and kindness, Grusha has more rights to the child than the real mother. The baby belongs to the woman who brought him up with sacrifices, pains and affection, contrary to the mother who abandoned it heartlessly. The reclassification of values and establishment in the whole plot of the play lies in the fact that Azdak reverses the social law of the child's acquisition from its parents, as they were seemed heartless. Brecht stresses that the world needs love and kindness to react to the violence of the contemporary jungle.