The completion of an human act can manifest frailties, just as one feels realized while contributing to what is perceived true, good and beautiful.
The conscience itself notes how dependent the acts are on external realities and moral norms, which the intellect seizes as true and distinguishes them from falsehoods thanks to previous experiences of will’s commitment to values and duties.
The link to duty calls on the conscience to carry out acts that validate the ethical norms and form freedom of action without annihilating it.
Thus the will chooses according to truth in the transition from value to duty, which conditions the act by attraction and acceptance of true values, sometimes up to the vocation for transcendental duties and values.
The truth of values can form the duty that guides the response of the will and the personal action, according to a responsibility that enables the conscience to the moral judgment of oneself in determining free and happy relations with others.
What the soul experiences bring the spirituality in a complex world, which is perceived by measuring truthful good in acts and responsibilities, in conscience and freedom.