Spiritism does not fail to consider the actions taken by the glands or social and instinctive pressures of the individual. In the meantime, what it argues is that none of these factors has an absolute predominance because the greater or lesser propensity for violence depends, mainly, on the degree of backwardness or advancement of the spirit. The germ of criminality or violence is related to the moral state of the spirit.
(Excerpts from an article posted on Mari’s Spiritist blog www.akardec.com submitted by João Cabral from ADE-SERGIPE-Aracaju, Brazil – in quotes are from the work by Dr. Jaider Rodrigues and Roberto Lúcio Vieira de Souza, entitled "Psychological Vision of Violence" published in the Medical-Spiritist Bulletin No. 10. And all above translated from the Spanish by Yvonne C. Limoges.)
They need to know how to speak, and know to be quiet, and most of all to know how to listen.
To like poetry, the dawn, the birds, the sun, the Light, the singing of the wind and the song of the breeze.
To have love; have a great love for someone, or feel the lack of not having that love.
To love our fellow beings; and, to respect the pain all people carry within them.
To keep a secret without making a sacrifice…
They must have principles, and a fear of losing them, for the great emptiness that it leaves…
To have human “character.” Your principal objective is to be a friend.
Looking for a friend who taps us on the shoulder, whether smiling or crying, but calls us friend.
Looking for a friend ... SIMPLY A FRIEND.