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Remorse: a call to awaken us

fr. Antonio Ramina

To be able to feel bad may be a sign of mental or spiritual health. When I offend others, when I do not respect myself, when I do not carry out my task...and we could continue to make a long list... in short, when I act wrongly it is a good reaction to feel bad. If we commit a bad deed or we do not do our duty we often feel an inner uneasiness, a painful feeling of exile from ourselves.

All these sensations are important because they are the sign of our ethical dissonance with our bad deeds. To be conscious of our inner conflicts means that we are “spiritually healthy” and that we are able to ask ourselves questions. And if we are honest we understand that our inner uneasiness is an almost inevitable consequence of the bad deeds we have committed.

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