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Ioannes Paulus PP. II
Evangelium vitae

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existence
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1 Int, 2| dimensions of his earthly existence, because it consists in 2 Int, 2| unified process of human existence. It is a process which, 3 1, 7| meaninglessness over man's entire existence. Death came into the world 4 1, 9| was more akin to the rude existence of a wild beast. God, who 5 1, 10| from these attacks for the existence of individuals and peoples.~ 6 1, 18| more significant moments of existence: the moment of birth and 7 1, 22| transcendent" character of his "existence as man". He no longer considers 8 1, 22| truest meaning of his own existence, nor can he assimilate with 9 1, 23| spiritual and religious - of existence.~In such a context suffering, 10 1, 23| inescapable burden of human existence but also a factor of possible 11 1, 28| question of giving our own existence a basic orientation and 12 2, 31| to know clearly that its existence is not at the mercy of a 13 2, 31| learn that whenever its existence is threatened it need only 14 2, 31| know the value of its own existence as a people, Israel also 15 2, 32| authenticity of their own existence. Jesus himself says as much: " 16 2, 34| man is much more than mere existence in time. It is a drive towards 17 2, 34| life; it is the seed of an existence which transcends the very 18 2, 35| dialogue, so vital for human existence. In the other, whether man 19 2, 37| cannot be reduced to mere existence in time. The life which 20 2, 37| reveal and communicate to his existence the fullness of life. These 21 2, 38| lessens the value of our existence in time; it takes it and 22 2, 47| also testifies that earthly existence is not an absolute good; 23 2, 48| to become a threat to the existence of others, since the barriers 24 2, 48| the land of Canaan and the existence of the people of Israel, 25 2, 48| and of the future, and the existence of all humanity. In fact, 26 2, 51| meaning and destiny of our existence.~We shall be able to do 27 3, 58| initial phase of his or her existence, extending from conception 28 3, 60| the first moment of its existence, must be guaranteed that 29 3, 61| inviolable at every moment of existence, including the initial phase 30 3, 67| that the riddle of human existence becomes most acute" and 31 4, 79| Liturgy and in our whole existence, and to serve it with the 32 4, 82| meaning of his being and existence. We shall find important 33 4, 83| life of grace and in an existence of unending communion with 34 4, 88| for life.~And when earthly existence draws to a close, it is 35 4, 97| These are a part of human existence, and it is futile, not to


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