The gift of the mutual love - 25 words to speak an ethical language
25 words for an ethical language
reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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The gift of the mutual love

The gift does not transfer a possession, nor create dependency, but exalts and ennobles the person, as it exercises the full freedom, responsibility and commitment on one’s self with actions for the good and happiness of the loved one.
The total gift of one’s own is sincere if it assumes responsibility and care for the well-being of the other person as a moral norm .
The psychological fullness of love requires a mature, complete and virtuous morality, because the act emphasizes the fundamental value of the person, who develops from nature and expresses himself affirming charity .
By nature, the person is the master of his inalienable and irreplaceable being, but it is realized in the desire to give himself to the loved one, ceasing to belong exclusively to himself.
The love that renounces is convinced not to become impoverished, it is ecstasy, coming out of the self to find in the other a personal growth.
The gift of self cannot be otherwise communicated and has full value with the work of a free will. -  email:
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