Justice – A Call to Service October 14, 2020
The Constitution of the United States of America is The Supreme Law which organized our government including our Judicial Branch about 230 years ago. It’s basic goal is liberty and justice for all. The US Constitution is, in my opinion, the most well conceived document on earth written by people of oppression. It describes a government of and by the people. A government which also has a bicameral legislative (law) branch to write laws and an executive branch to implement policies which improve the lives and livelihoods of it’s people and keeps them secure in their pursuits of happiness and prosperity.
It’s history as a living constitution, and I don’t know how it could have been otherwise, has been both a blessing and a struggle. I blame most of the struggle on the type of economy that had to be implemented, pure capitalism, and the land mass that had to be covered by law. America probably expanded too quickly.
As the goods and services and the infrastructure required by a society began to be created there was struggle between good and bad people for control of economies, industries and businesses. With inadequate law and law enforcement, an inability to properly govern by our government, came conflict and war. Perhaps even an idea of foolishness towards the government by bad people often taking the form of mockery. But the Constitution of the United States of America has endured and remains The Supreme Law of the Land. And it does so as a result of America’s people still believing in and working and fighting for it’s full realization. And have even all the while fought for the breath of this Constitution for people of foreign countries.
I believe with all my heart that, in all of this, God has had a hand. In the least, by the sense of people who do good for one another by serving one another and creating prosperity. Not impeding and destroying it. It is by the hand of ill willed people that all of our stress is caused. They disrupt the natural flow or emergence of human’s and therefore humanities’ progress and furtherance of God’s Kingdom and prosperity. That which is ordained. I believe also that at this time of America’s development her work has paid off tenfold as seen by the increased prosperity in the World and the now capable aid to developing countries from other nations.
America is broke and broken, her government and society in shambles. America can really do no more but for herself after her hard fought battles abroad while compromising in legislative branches to a meager existence in her own land. The leaders, so to speak, of both our political parties are, in my opinion, the unsung heroes. There always has been and always will be a silent code of ethics that employs for the good of people all over the World and manages to work in unison. It is often the task of those who serve God and his people to humble themselves into portraying or representing something they are not and do not believe in. I suppose sometimes it is just foolery, indulgence for the moment, as these sort of people realize the work necessary and the time required for success.
People who serve in Governments, perhaps particularly politicians, are, I believe, the truest of heart, the truest servants of others. Those who are otherwise, with ill intention, do a great disservice to our people and country.
It is time for America to become involved in her citizenry again, her society and all levels of government. The servants in and of our Government(s) require our help like no other time in our history for rebuilding war torn America. America is fulfilling her Constitution except for her own people with the exception of her security. She has not yet brought liberty and justice to all. The battle remains but now it is within her own borders and much of it can be put right, corrected, by voting. With America’s vast resources and ingenuity it won’t take too long to rebuild a road to prosperity.
Please VOTE and do what you can for yourselves and others, coming full circle.
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