Scholastics Appropriate

PRUDENCE Carlos Mora Vanegas Do you consider yourself a prudent person? Has grown prudence? What prevents you from being prudent? The fact that in our personal relationships, and anything that helps us grow as a person to behave properly, reminds us to do so with prudence, considering also, that prudence is the virtue of acting in a fair, adequate and with caution, as defined by the Scholastics agibilium recta ratio to differentiate art factibilium recta ratio. Communicate with others through a clear, literal, cautious and appropriate. To create respect for the feelings, life and the freedoms of those who might be affected by not behaving properly. us that prudence is a virtue of reason, not speculative, but practical: which is a trial, but ordered a specific action. Prudence helps us to reflect and consider the possible effects our words and actions, resulting in a correct action in any circumstances. Prudence is operational, as a prop to act with greater awareness in front of the ordinary situations of life. The value of prudence is forged through an appearance, but by how we behave normally. Perhaps what it costs us more work is to reflect and remain calm in all circumstances, the vast majority of our mistakes in making decisions, in dealing with people or form an opinion, is derived from precipitation, emotion, evil humor, a misperception of reality or the lack of a complete and accurate information. The lack of prudence always has consequences at all levels, personal and collective, as appropriate.