William Lacey is available to contribute commentary on a range of subjects, including: Relationships, Spiritual Sight, Men's Leadership
and Social / Political Issues.
Inspiring Ethics and Honor Among Men: (Exemplifying Honor/ Men of Ethics)
A commentary on the need for good men to stand up and encourage other men to
act both in business / professional life and in society with ethics and honor. This
includes a brief statement on the benefits of an honorable male example to children and how it would ultimately benefit families and possibly our economy.
Taking Responsibility for our Cultural Environment: (Social Leaders)
A commentary about reclaiming our roles as engaged and responsible
citizens and members of our local communities, and as masculine, moral voices and adult male role models. Topic will touch on our generational (Baby Boomer) experience of the
past, our present maturity and wisdom acquired, and our need to be counted on as social
Responsive Government: (From Apathy to Accountability)
Why men of our generation (Baby Boomer) are especially equipped to take the lead
in returning accountability to the people from our government. The commentary will
also touch on why this may be a role of men, in particular, as the heads and protectors
of our families, our free society, and as the sons and benefactors of our Founding
Raising our Sons to Respect the Daughters of the World:
(Promoting Chivalry & Honor)
In the post cultural revolution age of blurred gender distinctions, a social
culture filled with adult content, messages that objectify and degrade young
women, that promotes immediate gratifications, which lacks adult commonsense
and protections for children, has diminished behavioral expectations,
responsibility and self-control, we are in need of men to be active,
responsible adult role models for boys. A brief commentary on the need
and benefits of men teaching and modeling respect for women, encouraging a
sense of courtesy and chivalry toward women and girls, promoting personal honor
and responsibility among boys and young men.
Restoring a Sense of Generational Greatness: (To Whom Much is Given )
A commentary summoning a generation of men (Baby Boomers) to consider
their legacy as sons and benefactors of The Greatest Generation. The question
is posed as to whether we have lived up to our collective potential by fully utilizing
our collective power of influence and unique advantages in meeting our
challenges and overcoming the adversities of our times as well as, if not
better, than generations of men before us. Have we contributed all we can
on behalf of our society and, in so doing, laid a proper foundation for future
generations of men to build upon?
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