Paul Keenon, member of the Rotary Club of Glen Ellyn, gave us plenty to think about with his excellent presentation about his many experiences while working to aid refugees and others caught between governments. While sharing statistics, photos, and personal experiences he gave us insights into the difficulties faced by those folks, governments faced with thorny problems of how to deal with this problem, and the activities of NGOs such as the one he has worked with in several settings. Most of Paul's presentation focused on his own experiences at Moira Base, a former military base now the stopping place for the steady flow of humanity trying to reach Europe through from just under five miles away in Turkey. Many have drowned or otherwise been exploited and human trafficking is rife. One had to admire Paul's enthusiasm and his willingness to be at risk himself while pursuing this example of Service Above Self.