The limit of judgment precedes freedom - 25 words to speak an ethical language
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reading St. John Paul II's writings.
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The limit of judgment precedes freedom

A free and responsible person can judge the acts in conscience according to the moral norm.
The prospect and the hope in God’s justice summons to a criterion to order our lives consciences looking forward for the effects of our choices: the duty is to protect and cultivate the nature to enjoy its fruits through hard work and creativity, remembering each one own’s limit of being a gift and a creature, unavailable to himself or herself and to others.
Education includes the task of encouraging the responsible use of freedom to face issues with good sense and intelligence.
It must be recognized that freedom is preceded by good in the natural moral law inscribed in hearts, without victimhood, moroseness, arbitrariness and ingratitude, to avoid a deterministic burdening on others and the reduction to the product of chance, which wane our overall sense of responsibility. -  email:
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