Please join me in celebrating the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr. (and countless other unsung heroes) by watching Doctor King’s speech made on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC (August 28, 1963).
May his (and their) commitment to brotherhood and reconciliation fill us all with conviction and courage in the face of so many temptations to do otherwise.
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The courage to say “I don’t know”, “I’m afraid”, “I’m sorry”, or “I need help” has the power to tear down so many walls that isolate us from each other. Continue reading