Colin Powell

And is that at the point in which we find ourselves these days, there are many things that I go through the head, some would not want to have to remember them more. But above all, there is a question that every time I stop to think not for give me lap, hovering around me almost at all hours: and is that those who are truly disabled people? the disabled? or those who like the vast majority are considered normal? (which would be seen and that, as well the saying, nobody is perfect). I believe that we are all, to a greater or lesser extent, disabled people in some aspect of our lives. But what more wonder, it annoys me, and called me my attention powerfully, is so frivolous, trivial, and ignorant to how we treat these issues; as if not with us but with beings from other planets, by the mere fact that I believe that does not affect us directly. I think the majority of people should show more interest in sign language, because in times that run we can not afford the luxury be or remain incommunicado, incomunicantes, and impassive before the rest of persons with visual, hearing or vocal; thus losing the opportunity to be able to interact with people, they safely could bring us a much more sensible, realistic and optimistic world view. A little reflection on the reason of the title of this note. I’ll tell you why I think that human consciousness is disabled: because one of two, or the voice of conscience has been becoming more faint and molt every time, or the human ear has been hardening or ensordenciendo more and more with the passing of the years and centuries. To finish I will leave (although not believe much in politicians) a phrase from Colin Powell: the ability to feel shame is a good moral compass.

And also a few thoughts of Aristotle: moral excellence is the result of the habit. We become just by performing acts of Justice; temperate by performing acts of Temperance; brave, performing acts of bravery. Thats Like this. almost certainly. Original author and source of the article.

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