The Role Model Of The Position Of Mayor

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The Influence of a Mayor over the lives of young people is a trust that is important.
What a Mayor does or does not endorse in terms of moral behavior is critical.
Young people look to Professors, Premiers, Mayors, or any
person in authority for life guidance and mentoring.
The admonition of Jesus the Son of God below, is
sobering in this regard, considering He will
after all, be the Judge of all mankind.

"And whoever welcomes one such child
in my name welcomes me." -
Jesus of Nazareth

If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea."

Jesus of Nazareth
Gospel of Matthew 18:6 NIV

In the Local Authorities Election Act (LAEA),
the Mayor is also called the Chief Elected Official

Western Culture Definition of Mayor in English:
Western Democracy: A Mayor's Authority is earned by local election to be a chief servant. Powers are delegated by the people to handle their affairs.

may·or (mr, mâr)
The head of government of a city, town,
borough, or municipal corporation.


[Middle English maire, from Old French, from Medieval Latin mior, from Latin, greater, superior; see meg- in Indo-European roots.]


mayor·al (mr-l, m-ôrl, -r-) adj.

mayor·ship n.
mayor (me?) , ((American) 'mei?r) noun
(especially in England, Ireland and the United States) the chief public official of a city, town or borough.
'mayoress noun
1. a mayor's wife. The mayor and mayoress attended the dinner.

2. a female mayor. She has just been elected mayoress.
lord mayor
in Britain the mayor of some capital and other cities. The Lord Mayor of London.

Fond Memories of a Former Mayor

Ralph Klein, a man of the people, still retained his humility
throughout his life and will long be remembered in the future
decades by Calgarians.

As the young mayor, and on the bobsled
at Canada Olympic Park during the 1988 Olympics

Moral Debate
Value Illuminator

Homosexual Worldview Advocacy
Progression of Society's Values Mandated By Court/Legislative action to serve as the basis of discrimination if excluded from changed definition.

Close Relationship Theory
( Man is the sole Master Determinant - Circular Flow,
no outside dynamic necessary or possible)
Same Gender Friendships highest expression includes sexual.

Progression Stages

Act/Agent Distinction Merged:
World & Human Nature
is in the normal and final State
Condemnation of Society
of Society
of Society
to :
of Society
the end goal.

Christian Worldview Advocacy
Individual's enduring happiness beyond temporary pleasure, mandated by Biblical Worldview of Traditional Family and default Sociological Values of Societies that have bona fide longevity. Reinforced by societal benefits and encouragement to the preservation of the familial and societal future.
Open Relationship Theory
( God can Enable & Change Dynamic)
Same Gender non-sexual Friendships Essential.

Progression Stages

Sin/ Sinner
Distinction Kept Apart:

World is in a fallen and abnormal state.
Change Foreseen and Desired
to individual
to :
of harmful lifestyle
(Redemptive Salvation to repentant
of divinely enabled
Freedom and purpose
1. Male
2. Eunuch
(Sexuality deferred for higher purpose)
Gospel of Matthew 19:12

Jesus as

Gospel of John
3:16, 17

For God so loved the world that He gave His one and only Son That whoever believes in Him shall not perish But have eternal life For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world but to save the world though Him.

Eastern Islamic Variations
of Ruling Officials

(Some definitions to ponder)
A ruler's authority is often ascribed (bestowed)
by a higher authority, often by heredity.
More the idea of a power not delegated to, but resident within the person themselves.

Agha (Ottoman Empire)
from Wikipedia
As Civilian title

Aga Khan is the title of the leader of the Shia Muslim Nizari Ismaili sect. The title Agha Khan was an honorific title bestowed by Fat'h Ali Shah Qajar of Iran on his son-in-law Hassan Ali Shah (ca.1800-1881), the leader of the Ismaili Shi'as of Persia.

Agha in Kurdistan

In Kurdistan, within the tribal Kurdish society, "agha" is the title given to tribal chieftains, either supreme chieftains, or to village heads. It is also given to wealthy landlords and owners of major real estates in the urban Kurdish centers, although these landlords are usually with heavy tribal relations. The common tribesmen would honor the chieftains or the village heads by calling them "agha" or "agha" so and so. The "agha" would usually have a diwan or diwan-khane, a special room, or house, dedicated to the "agha" and his male guests, for sitting and drinking tea, discussing the affairs of the tribe and other mundane subjects. The agha and his guests would listen at times for local or visiting singers and story tellers (usually Jewish merchants or peddlers), who would entertain the "agha" and his guests. The common agha was in fact one person who was in charge of several major tasks of the tribal society under his jurisdiction: He was the head of the political unit, the main judge and arbitrator, the main military leader of his armed tribesmen, the main finance minister responsible mainly for receiving dues from his subjects for their harvest and commercial transactions committed under his jurisdiction. One of the best studies on "aghas" in the Kurdish society is the important book of Mordechai Zaken, Jewish Subjects and their tribal chieftains in Kurdistan.


































A Jannisary Agha
(from Wikipedia Photo)

Next Level , the Pasha
{provincial area ruler?}
Pasha (Bascia, Bassa), a very high official.
Pasha or pascha (Ottoman Turkish: ????, Turkish: pas,a),[1] formerly bashaw, was a higher rank in the Ottoman Empire political and military system, typically granted to governors, generals and dignitaries and others. As an honorary title, Pasha, in one of its various ranks, is equivalent to the British title of Lord, and was also one of the highest titles in pre-republican Egypt. There were three ranks of pashas: the first, or highest class, had the privilege of bearing a standard of three horse-tails, the second of two, and the third of one

Three grades of Pasha existed, distinguished by the number of yak- or horse-tails (three, two and one respectively; a symbol of Turco-Mongol tradition) or peacock tails, which the bearers were entitled to display on their standard as a symbol of military authority when on campaign* Only the Sultan himself was entitled to four tails, as sovereign commander in chief.

Ismaili Aga Khan News of Interest

From Seattle student to Princess Salwa: American supermodel Kendra Spears's new title revealed after marrying Aga Khan's son - Daily Mail Online , September 2nd, 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Aga Khan's other son gets divorced from his American supermodel wife - as she buys $2.2million Manhattan apartment to start her new single life - Daily Mail Online, Sept. 9th, 2013