Tag Archives: Martin Luther King Jr

They do not know the world in which they live

Yesterday was the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington. It was heartening to see the large crowds at the Lincoln Memorial, and hear what was being said. I’m reading the speech “Beyond Vietnam” by Martin Luther King, Jr. today … Continue reading

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Imagining what Martin Luther King, Jr, might do today

As we pause to honor the life and work of Martin Luther King I am reflecting on what he might think and do if he were alive today. As I am doing that now, I hear John Lennon’s song “Imagine” … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King, Jr

The major threat of Martin Luther King Jr to us is a spiritual and moral one. Martin Luther King Jr turned away from popularity in his quest for spiritual and moral greatness – a greatness measured by what he was … Continue reading

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