Meditating on the disposition that animates cohabitation, sometimes in vindictive logic, sometimes oblational, we should be grateful to have been created by the One Who might not want us.
Responsibility is connoted by a loyal work carried out with devotion in the search for grace and dignity for free and responsible participation in the creative wave.
Human corruption makes it difficult to identify a true gift, which does not ask for any return or gratification, in which freedom respects those who give and solidarity respects those who accept.
The exchange is transfigured as a gift when the subjectivity is offered to the other, beyond the relentless logic that challenges or prompts the other to respond with a surplus.
Free from competition, gratuitousness makes to grow without asking or commanding, in the likeness of the grace that produces salvation.
Responsible giving, urged by those who await relief from injustice, requires selfless generosity, joy of love and free choice in listening to God, welcomed and reaffirmed in the precious openness to the other.