Though Love and Life make tearful intercession…

Theologian, A H Strong, defined the human will as “the soul’s power to choose between motives and to direct its subsequent activity according to the motive thus chosen.” No more apt description of a public servant has ever been written. Such reflection strengthens our moral purpose; the convergence of ideas and motives reveal what kind of a servant…

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Where Responsibility Lies

Most of us, as adults, have many responsibilities.  We have a responsibility to our communities, locally, nationally and globally, and although we view those responsibilities in varying ways, we must share the responsibility to co-exist. We have a responsibility to family, friends, and employers to be the best person we can be in the different ways that they may depend on us.  And,…

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