As it establishes the communist doctrine, ‘ ‘ of each one as its ability; to each one as its necessidades’ ‘ – that accumulation of wealth does not exist nor insuportvel poverty. Presented in such a way, the attitude seems to promise blessings; But the reply and that this theory demonstrates to one total ignorance of the nature human being. The Communists had not been the first ones to formulate this theory or to try to live according to it. Many and very custosas had been the made utopian attempts in this direction, and all had failed. The third attitude We learn that the faith man that not only follows to the scratch the letter of the law but goes beyond.
He is not that it is a fool who of its wallet for the first person whom he sees in the street. What this it means is that, a quarrel in which will be had the demarcatrias lines between ‘ ‘ meu’ ‘ ‘ ‘ teu’ ‘ they will not be clear, the faith man prefers to yield something that can really belong it. With faith in the world spiritual that will finish prevailing, the man does not wait paid or to be rewarded by each act or favor that makes. Spontaneously, he will loan to things of that does not need immediately, or he will act as messenger and he will make a thousand and favors to ask for who them and he will not demand nothing in exchange. Despite if he does not make a slap-up meal cm its homage, he will not make bitter himself nor will change its attitude of ‘ ‘ mine he is yours and yours he is teu’ ‘. The fourth attitude This is the attitude of a malicious person who, as much in the game of letters as in the businesses leaves ‘ ‘ in blood search. Everything what makes is as an important movement in way to a fight until the death, which is determined to be successful to take off advantage and to see what it can take off of the other.
This man is a true evildoer: he violates the spirit and the letter of the Law. last of the Ten Orders it says: ‘ ‘ Not you will covet the house of your next one, you will not covet the woman of your next one, nor its servant, nor its seiva, nor its ox, nor its donkey, nor thing some that either of your next ‘ ‘ . It learns to control its desires. We can then understand the following parabolas In words the Master teaches: You heard that he was said: Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth. I, however say, you that you do not resist the evil; but, if any to beat to you in the right face, also offers another one to it; E, what to want to plead with you, and to also take off you it tnica, wide to it the layer; E, if to compel any you to walk a mile, it goes with it two. From to who asking for to you, and you do not turn aside yourself of that to want that you loan to it.