The person is the author of his/her destiny - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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The person is the author of his/her destiny

Ethics studies the experience of one’s own being, highlighting how he or she is and how he or she reveals morality and duty, that, on the contrary, the world tends to ignore.
The bond between being and having to be is ascertainable by acts of knowledge in the ethical and anthropological fields, which testify to the truth of moral duty, known as a subject that is experienced on his or her person, as a pilgrim in the world, but not belonging to the world.
The person is the author of his or her destiny, accomplishing what he or she must and will want or will abandon the possibility of accomplishing one’s own self.
Person and act does not interpret the acts of others, which no one can read, but teaches the art of reading one’s own. -  email:
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