Free responsibility between rights and solidarity - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Free responsibility between rights and solidarity

Proper value scales dictate new rules and actions for the need of somebody and for the dignity of the person, distributing values and goods in opposition to profit and autonomy; thus the need of somebody becomes an opportunity for others to receive the grace and feel responsible for solidarity.
The world and nature can also to be transformed to give more fruit with responsible work that brings a sense of cooperation to the God’s creation.
On the way to the Cross and to service, the responsible Christian acts in the hope of being the image of the Son, redeemed by Christ and accompanied by the Holy Ghost.
The Gospels recall the uniqueness of truth, of the way, of life, of the Lord. In many parables about servants, an administrator, a king, winemakers, a widow, the use of resources and goods leads to consequences that highlight the previous responsibility.
Life, example and message of gift and love must bring closer to Christ, to serve the action of divine grace which is the first gift.
Even poor, sad and suffering persons, rather especially them, can gift a tender smile with a humble and pure heart. -  email:
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