-- Martin Luther King, Jr
More than ever, as Americans facing the nightmarish current reality, we need to include with our passion for defending rights the knowledge of our duty to be human beings, to serve a reality larger than the one that comforts the ego, the deeper reality worthy of human beings and human becoming. Rights is a popular word; duty, except among Marines and Boy Scouts, is not. But it is time, aside from defending victims, we rallied around something more inclusive, more meaningful and more visionary than rights exclusively, that comes from and speaks to the nobility, dignity, and strength inherent in whole human beings.
-- Kim Domenicoduty