I Admire Martin Luther King Jr

"I have a dream" 176 People

    "We must begin the shift of a thing oriented

    society to a person oriented society. When machines and computers, profit motives and property rights are considered more important than people, the giant triplets of racism, materialism and militarism are incapable of being conquered" - MLK, 1967. "The Western arrogance of...
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    Mar 6, 2016

    Yes I do Love The Man-- Amen Brothers

    and Sisters. That said, when we want to reach out through the power of our words--we need to read our messages over at least once before we 'send'. Context is everything and correct spelling drives meaning and comprehension. Imagine if our accountants raced through our Tax...
    Tannasheart Tannasheart
    51-55, F
    Jan 17, 2015

    Martin Luther King Jr will never ever be

    forgotten. He is famous for his "I Have a Dream" speech. Happy birthday Mr. King.
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    Jan 18, 2016

    I was born eight years

    after his death, never heard any of his speeches, marched with him or seen him arrested first hand, never saw him in person or talked to him publically or privately, or did I ever visit his church, but I believe in Martin Luther King Jr. He was a great black man and civil...
    momlovespatriots momlovespatriots
    41-45, F
    Jan 19, 2015

    Dr. Martin Luther King,

    Jr. was one of the greatest men who worked for the civil liberties not only for African Americans but for all people. Dr. King took great strides of bravery in tears, sweat, blood and ultimately, his life in the pursuit of equality among people. MLK dedicated to his...
    DreamWizard DreamWizard
    51-55, F
    Jan 20, 2014

    Ever since I was little I admired Dr King.

    I remember recite some of his "I Have a Dream" speech when I was around seven. In my adult life, I admire him even more. He was educated. Intelligent. He was probably one of the greatest orators of the 20th century. He can move you with his speeches. I definitely admire his...
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    Dec 10, 2014

    The assassination of Mr.

    Martin Luther King Jr was such a loss for this country and the world. He was a truly a remarkable person.
    Maybeincubus Maybeincubus
    26-30, M
    Jun 7, 2015

    I want to see Selma in the theatre

    and take my son so he knows the truth.
    Tannasheart Tannasheart
    51-55, F
    2 Responses Jan 9, 2015

    The Strength To Love

    I'm reading a book of Martin Luther King's sermons at the moment and I'm struck by how his teachings seem to have the power to reach all of me - my heart, my mind and my actions. He was a truly exceptional man. Such strength, such love and such courage.
    muddy9973 muddy9973
    46-50, F
    Oct 3, 2013

    Happy Birthday to the late great,

    King! He was a man that knew change was needed and sought to implement those changes so that our society could progress and be more tolerate of others. His example of self acceptance, love, and non-violence wasn't easy to undertake, but with prudent sacrifice and much effort...
    Cryssy1980 Cryssy1980
    31-35, F
    Jan 20, 2014

    Great Speaker

    He sought change through non-violent means. I can see getting angry at what was going on back then. I can see the temptation of becoming a black panther or at least following Malcolm X. But that's sinking down to the level of the enemy. And gives them reason to say worse...
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