M. Jean de La Bruyere (1645-1696) If genius is a greatness, goodness is an excellence; the most worthy man is one who cares more about the general good, seeking to correct the ills and reduce the suffering of the unhappy, with the force of his spirit. NET Coelho (1864-1934) remember, also, a perfectly applicable to what Edmund Burke (1729-1797) aphorism modestly I tell them: that evil expires, it is enough that good men are idly. Naturally that, with those words, Burke is fighting the evil of cowardice. Fits well here another thought of the great philosopher Confucio, because we defend the peace, not impunity: pay kindness with kindness, but evil with justice. On the proper applicability of this teaching of the Chinese Sage, scientist and mathematician Blaise Pascal (1623-1662) warns us the necessary symmetry between the force and straightness: justice without force is powerless; force without justice is tyrannical. Therefore, it is necessary queesten in harmony the justice and strength, to make it just what is strong and strong what is right.
The weakness of man and the Providence of God () before it, nothing better than hearing the message of the verses 12 and 16 of the Psalm 90 of the prayer of Moses, man of God: 12 teach us to count well our days, so our minds reach wisdom. 16 Get that thy servants and their descendants can see your works and your glory. Our destination by timely, approached a significant page attributed to Charles Chaplin (1889-1977) kindly forwarded by my beautiful cousin Ana Paula Bomfim Kistmann, who resides in the United States. Chaplin, one of the greatest geniuses of cinema, shows that the human being must keep in his mind and in his heart the purpose of walking forward, even before the bad weather of life. Today I woke up thinking about what I have to do before the clock strikes midnight.