There is no real way to be fair to everyone. We can make an effort to treat everyone the same. However, it does not serve the purpose of being fair.
Humans can never be fair towards other humans. Nature can, because the rule it applies to us, is to make space for the newborn and the strong. Other than that, it grants us to do whatever we want. Death is inevitable, and the unpreventable event became a fact to most of us. But we can only die when we acknowledge our limited existence in the first place. Death does not make our lives worthless, because by creating the idea of death, we create value for our existence. The same thing applies to the topic of “being fair.” It is only that “fairness” and “equality” exists that makes things unfair. After all, the more things change, the more it stays consistent.