Prudence and charity leads to solidarity and gift - 25 words to speak an ethical language
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reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Prudence and charity leads to solidarity and gift

In order to love one’s neighbor, it is necessary to persevere with a firm and constant determination to work for the good of all people, to grow truth, freedom and to bear fruits of justice in a human society; that responds to human dignity and responsibility, when it is animated by selflessness, feeling the need of others as one’s own before determining the quality of every action.
The child grows in the natural affection of the family, called to communion with others and to the giving of self, to become aware and responsible of the transmission of ideas about truth and goodness, of what it means to be a person who loves and is loved.
This path requires grace, which God offers to help the person to overcome failings without lies or violence, sustained and prompted to restore authentic and honest relationships.
True freedom of action becomes actual when following Christ, model of life in service, solidarity and gift for brothers and sisters.
In Christ we find the fullness and unity of the moral law, work of divine Wisdom that prescribes not to turn away from God and recommend to strive eagerly for the greatest spiritual gifts to remain on the path of love which is the highest, universal and ethical criterion. -  email:
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