Joy and gift in observance of commandments - 25 words to speak an ethical language
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reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Joy and gift in observance of commandments

Contemplating the God of life, who creates every individual as a wonder, the deeper meaning of life is grasped as an utter gratuitousness, beauty and invitation to freedom and responsibility.
Accepting reality as a gift, the reflection of the Creator is discovered everywhere and His living image is seen in every person; that calls to encounter, dialogue and solidarity, honoring every fragile person in deep religious awe.
The redeemed responds with joy, praise and thanksgiving for the gift of life, as they are called to participate through Christ in the life of grace and in unending communion with God, our Creator and Father.
Tobi, exiled and tried by life, recommends to his son Tobia to offer without discouragement in the sight of the Most High, because everything is a gift of His, to be made fruitful.
Parents have a responsibility to guard, reveal and communicate God’s love in selflessness, receptiveness and gift, as co-workers in giving life and educating children to be sensitive to all kinds of suffering around them, according to the vocation given by God. -  email:
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