Administering and fruiting with Hope - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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Administering and fruiting with Hope

When adhering to responsibility for natural laws, the conscience conforms the will of man to the divine model, which can be aspired in freedom, autonomy and humility, to accept a vocation that sets free with the nobility of work.
When everything is considered the result of chance or evolutionary determinism, then the human dignity and intelligence are belittled by the loss of respect for the creation and its laws, so affecting the responsibility toward the poor and toward the future generations as well.
Nature is prior to us and it has given to us by God as the setting for our life; nature speaks to us of the Creator and His creative intervention expresses a design of love and truth.
Therefore, nature can be used for legitimate needs by cultivating and caring it with respect and responsibility.
On the contrary, nature becomes either manipulated or a taboo more important than people. -  email:
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