Necessity and limits of the action - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Necessity and limits of the action

Moral norms are often considered a binding criterion for the judgements of conscience, while they are useful for a correct assessment to a creative and responsible acceptance of the tasks, entrusted by God, with autonomous decisions to attain moral maturity.
Freedom without conscience subdues the will to possible errors in feelings, thoughts and intentions; instead, history, reason and experience show weaknesses and faults of such a principle.
The gift of freedom must be responsibly received and fostered; this character of His image must be intelligently used to seek Charity and participate in true Good and friendship, even if through fear and suffering, the cross and death.
This inalienable ability must be opened to the knowledge of a model of love for the other, always to be respected, defended and promoted, just as the inviolability of life must be responsibly acknowledged as a reflection of the absolute inviolability of the Creator.
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