Self-realization in the personal act - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Self-realization in the personal act

The person lives the experience of assessing appetites and intentions, already knowing that with the use of the free will he or she is going to determine himself or herself, before deciding and arranging the acts to the best good, with an originality that refutes any determinism.
Knowledge of the truth about good is part of the decision and morally qualifies the act; the cognitive experience of values allows the thought to judge it intuitively, so that the author can decide an action, which he or she will experience and creatively motivate and present it to the will. -  email:
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