I have often wondered what it would be like to have no rights or less rights than my fellow man. It must have been tough. It must have been rough. I’ve heard story after story of discrimination and inequality, and that always amazes me.
Why am I amazed? Well, I never had to experience any of it. The legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr is such that I did NOT have to experience the things that he and his contemporaries had to go through. I heard the story of a negro soldier in uniform who was told, “We don’t serve your kind around here!”, when he asked for a sandwich and a coke at a restaurant in Columbus, GA.
Its good to know that the Legacy includes the fact that my children will NOT be judged by the color of their skin, but the the CONTENT of their CHARACTER, and where I am also judged by the Content of my Character.
It’s good to know that I have a Dream, and that dream can be realized and brought to fruition, because of Dr. King. A man of God, that made a difference in his world, Rev. King was such a man.
I. Have. A. Dream. Today!
And I have more than a dream. I have A King’s Legacy to turn that Dream into Reality as I continue to:
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