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Old Apr 28, '12, 12:28 pm
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Default There are situations when human beings are

Jan Paweł II
There are situations when human beings are treated instrumentally and amounted to economic, political and scientific interests, especially when they are weak and not strong enough to defend themselves. Besides, thinking in commercial terms mixed with modern technical development may sometimes lead to exploiting human needs, which themselves are good, like the need of motherhood and fatherhood and making people want to have a baby no matter what. In reality, human life must not ever become an “item”. From the conception to the natural death, a human being is subjected to inviolable laws in the face of which freedom must be brought to a halt.
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Old Apr 28, '12, 2:30 pm
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You make some good points, Art Welcome to the board!
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Old Apr 28, '12, 11:24 pm
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Thanks St Francis and I welcome you also
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