The human condition and the sin - 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 human condition and the sin

The experience of breaking from reality makes us fragile to the assaults of evil, with consequences both in individual and collective life.
The dominion of sin and the estrangement from God since the beginning  cause, in antithesis to solidarity, a story of sin in which everyone is the victim of others but, above all, responsibly contributes to the sin of others.
Human hearts feel a law which holds to obedience and summons to love good and avoid evil.
The human dignity is not lost by mistakes until truth is searched and the conscience strives to be guided by objective moral norms; on the contrary, the conscience grows practically sightless as a result of habitual sin. -  email:
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