ezlight on The Need For True Service Jennifer Mejia on The Need For True Service
“Ask not, what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country…” President John F. Kennedy, January 20, 1961 The New Citizenship In everyday life, every single person has the power to change the world. This … Continue reading
Today elections are about the acquisition of government power to enable the victors to establish their view of the best social order. Often the opposing views breakdown to security versus community. But is this a real choice? In my view … Continue reading
After a lifetime of public service, I am convinced that real change is not just in the hands of the politicians. Real change is within the reach of each and every one of us depending on how we do our … Continue reading
Introduction Since graduating from law school I have been a public servant for most of my career life: a prosecuting attorney, a city attorney and a trial judge. I am a deep believer in public service. In my private life … Continue reading
By Eric Z. Lucas[i] “A lawyer, at minimum, must stand for truth and not falsehood…Too long have we been known by our fellow citizens as agents of deception. The era of deception in legal practice must be brought to a … Continue reading
By Eric Z. Lucas Every citizen can feel a sense of mission, place and importance. Every task can be considered an act of service to our nation. Tim Knopf, an English teacher at Mariner High School, just retired after 38 … Continue reading
….if a woman takes a child into her care and she truly acts as a mother should, then she must act to meet the needs of her child and not act merely to meet her own needs. And this is the essential nature of public service: acting to meet the needs of others.