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Jan 20

Dr. King’s Contribution to the World; Talking Heart2Heart

 

DR. KING

HIS CONTRIBUTION TO THE WORLD…DON’T LET THIS DREAM DIE

This is the day the world honored Dr. Martin Luther King for his services, achievements and dedication to the world. He put his life on the line for all people because he saw the world through the eyes of justice. He quoted, “INJUSTICE ANYWHERE IS A THREAT TO JUSTICE EVERYWHERE.” So he was destined to lead the world in a direction of fairness. The world was forced to open its eyes to a better way for all people. He was a man on a mission that insisted on equality for all. His life represented the true meaning of courage in every sense of the word. His mark on the world will forever affect every living being who passes through this earth because of the impact of his leadership.

As he led the people into a life worth living, it was clear that this movement would intensify with a vengeance. He was ready to accept any and all punishment for the fight for justice. During the sixties justice was a right that only a select people enjoyed, but it was time for a change. When he accepted the leadership role in the civil rights movement, he knew this journey would be a long one. Dr. King was the “Moses” of the movement, as he delivered the message to free the people from bondage. The bondage was the inequality, unfairness, injustice, and inhuman treatment that occurred day after day.

Many lost their lives fighting for the right to be human and to be treated as such. The road was long and hard, but it was necessary. The power of a collective people was awesome as they were on one accord in their journey to EQUALITY. They had the heart of giants as they took the leap into the unknown for equality and justice. So to honor Dr. King is the least we can do for the AWESOME contribution he and many others made. It’s a matter of being appreciative to the those who stepped in the LINE OF FIRE for all generations to come.

Looking at movies such as “The Rosa Parks Story,” opens your eyes to the truth about the life of blacks in the 60’s. They endured degrading and demeaning acts everyday of their lives as though they were animals, but even animals were treated better than black people. So when we as a people don’t take advantage of the very thing that many lost their lives for it’s a DISAPPOINTMENT. Voting may seem simple today, but in the 60’s it wasn’t a right for black people. So when I hear people say, “I don’t vote because my vote won’t matter.” It does matter. Because when you VOTE, you are speaking loud and clear.

I believe Dr. King would be overjoyed to know that we (ALL THE PEOPLE) have put a BLACK man in the WHITE HOUSE not once but twice. So I think he would be proud of the progress we have made, but not satisfied enough to say we have overcome. So will you join the move to continue the progress as we SUCCEED as one people? I look forward to hearing your thoughts, so leave your comments below.

 

 

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