if I judge, my judgment is true; for I am not alone, but I and he who sent me, the Father. 17And in your law it is written that the testimony of two men is true. 18I am he that beareth witness of myself: and he that sent me, even he that sent me, even the Father, beareth witness of me. 19And they said unto him, Where is thy Father?
ich aber richte, so ist mein Gericht recht; denn ich bin nicht nicht allein, sondern ich und der Vater, der mich gesandt hat. 17Auch steht in eurem Gesetz geschrieben, daß zweier Menschen Zeugnis wahr sei. 18Ich bin’s, der ich von mir selbst zeuge; und der Vater, der mich gesandt hat, zeugt auch von mir. 19Da sprachen sie zu ihm: Wo ist dein Vater?
If, for example, we talk about bilge cleaning, we can demand that there are no discharges at sea because we have approved – this Parliament supported us in that proposal – a Directive that implies the obligation for all the States of the Union to establish, in all the ports of a certain level of the Union, the necessary facilities to be able to clean the bottoms and bilges in the ports,
Esotericism and spirituality
The Philosophy of Life has its emergence and origin in the 18th century protests against formalism, rationalism and in fact against all forms of abstract thought that do not take into account the totality of the person, the living, the feeling, the desiring personality in its fullness. The word life in those times was a battle cry against the fixity and determinations of convention. Life referred to the whole of man’s inner powers, especially the irrational powers of feeling and passion as against the prevailing power of irrational understanding.
Dilthey’s thought is directed as a consequence of the need to overcome historicist relativism towards a Philosophy of Life which is an attempt to overcome the limited experience of previous philosophy and in particular of Kantian gnoseology. He states that the fundamental idea of his philosophy is the thought that up to the present, not once has the full and unmutilated experience been placed as the foundation of philosophizing, that not once has the total and plenary reality been founded. (PALMER, 2002)
What is esotericism and what is it for?
Mudras are exercises in which the fingers and hands adopt special postures that transform our extremities into real “energy centers”. They correspond to the best known yoga exercises and, like them, help to strengthen the flow of vital energy in a matter of minutes. In fact, they have an invigorating effect at all levels and help reduce stress. Item Ref. No. GAI047ALF
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Open or closed esoteric belief
But this obedience is not always easy. Because of the mysterious sin of the beginning, committed at the instigation of Satan, who is “a liar and the father of lies” (Jn 8:44), man is continually tempted to turn his gaze away from the living and true God and direct it to idols (cf. 1 Thess 1:9), exchanging “the truth of God for a lie” (Rom 1:25); in this way, his capacity to know the truth is obfuscated and his will to submit to it is weakened. And so, abandoning himself to relativism and skepticism (cf. Jn 18:38), he seeks an illusory freedom outside the truth itself.
Particularly noteworthy is the discrepancy between the Church’s traditional response and some theological positions – widespread even in seminaries and theological faculties – on questions of the utmost importance for the Church and the life of faith of Christians, as well as for human coexistence itself. In particular, the question arises as to whether the commandments of God, which are engraved in the human heart and form part of the Covenant, are truly capable of illuminating the daily choices of each person and of society as a whole. Is it possible to obey God, and therefore to love God and neighbor, without respecting these commandments in all circumstances? There is also a widespread opinion that casts doubt on the intrinsic and indivisible link between faith and morals, as if it were only in relation to faith that membership in the Church and its internal unity should be decided, while in the moral sphere a pluralism of opinions and behaviors could be tolerated, left to the judgment of the individual subjective conscience or to the diversity of social and cultural conditions.