The limit of judgment precedes freedom (2/2) - 25 words to speak an ethical language
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reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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The limit of judgment precedes freedom (2/2)

The conscience faces with the universal truth when it creates solidarity and responsibility; on the other hand, the conscience disengages from the truth when it adapts and justifies itself removing the moral weight based on a deformed truth.
The illusions of being free from responsibilities leave people without source or support, without aims and ethics, superficially lighthearted and numb.
When the ego takes precedence over God, only the conversion can relieve from the world to open a space for the responsibility towards others.
Created to love, persons are free and responsible when they are part of the world and protect and develop their own potentials to intervene with generosity, solidarity and care, because solidarity is a human obligation. -  email:
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