Tim Paynter is an attorney and civil rights activisit fighting for the rights of those who suffer injustice in the world. He is a staunch advocate for immigrant rights, woemen's rights, the defense of children and the hungry. He sees one of the biggest threats to our nation as government over-reaching followed only by a lack of conscience on the part of many people.
Tim also loves nature, traveling, camping and people. "The hardest thing to do", he says, "is to give to others when you are in pain and need. But it is the gift and thinking of others that delivers us from our own pain."
Paynter says our nation is in a lot of pain.
"That means we have a lot of giving to do if we are to grow the conscience of the nation."
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