Service and Your-Service, always capitalized (cf. Selfish)

Service denotes that part of each one of us whose job and interest is to take care of other people, to protect them, and to support them, both for their Now and for their Next.

 

Whenever wanting to indicate more specifically the Service as that part of yourself or that part of another person, you can denote that part more clearly by using that person’s name in the word construction, as an example, Dwight-Service, denoting my Service. Your-Service is used to denote your Service, as distinct from anyone else's Service and from the Service that refers to everyone's Service.

 

Service and Emage together make up the subparts of Others.

Usage example: His Service felt compassion for their suffering and wanted to do something about it. Yet his Selfish felt concern about his tendency to put others ahead of himself.

See Selfish-Service Integrity.