Monday, January 17, 2005

It's a Day for a King

Never forget why people celebrate the legacy of this man. Here's a person that could have spent his entire life preaching and being successful without ever getting into harms way. Instead, he chose to attach his name and face as the symbol of a movement to help his people obtain the rights that they were entitled to in this country. He had to know going into it that allot of stress, fear and possibly death would accompany his decision and yet he still carried on. If that's not worth some recognition by this country then nobody should have any. I would urge everyone to think about what they could do to make their community better in the spirit of his work. It doesn't have to be anything big. Sometimes the small things make all the difference.

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