In our everyday lives, we all assemble things to use them or use things that others have already assembled. Almost all the things that serve our everyday needs are products that have been assembled, which means that various components coexist and cooperate with each other, from the multifunctional computer to our coffee maker and washing machine. Be careful though.
It is one thing the assemblage of different parts that all work towards a production project and another thing mixing different materials. In the first case the assembled members retain their self-sufficiency, in the second they are homogenized and lose their self-sufficiency.
In the life of faith in the living God there is no confusion and opacity.
There is collaboration with self-sufficiency but never confusion.
The slaves of the gentleman who entrusted them with the talents were all three slaves of the same gentleman, and all three of them got the same gifts, but during the examination, the responsibilities were not attributed mixed with social criteria, but were attributed personally and individually on the basis of the work that was produced by each one.
Crisis and reciprocation are always personal, and there is neither confusion nor dissemination of responsibilities. Instead, there are personalities who are judged separately and receive reciprocation accordingly.