Instrument of justice for solidarity - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Instrument of justice for solidarity

The ability to dominate nature brings advantages, but also threats of destruction.
The everyday deeper scientific knowledge can take our gaze away from the source of rationality in the Creative Reason and can reduce our thought to mere empiricism alone. Woe to ignore the natural moral law, which is written in the hearts and which since the beginning prescribes to do good and to avoid evil.
In order to share freedom in harmony, it is necessary to seek the truth before judging on rights and duties; furthermore, the need for justice precedes any human law and leads to give each one his or her own, for a solidarity expected by those who have less.
Only the natural law is a true guarantee for the progress of moral conscience in freedom and dignity against arbitrary power and ideological deceptions.
Petitioned of juridical positivism are widespread and seek to transform wishes or private interests into laws conflicting with duties deriving from social responsibility.
A comfortable life without hard work or worries is neither happy nor free to leave a mark. History calls us to defend our dignity with a courageous gift of our lives: God wants our hands to continue building the world of today. -  email:
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