Martin Luther King Jr.

“Martin Luther King Jr. (born Michael King Jr., January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American Baptist minister and activist who was a leader in the Civil Rights Movement. 505 more words

Stand Up For Jesus

In the second act of the musical Chicago, Amos Hart sings “Mr. Cellophane Man.” as he laments his being invisible to the world. According to his song, being the poor, undereducated, and the neglected husband of Roxie Hart made him a nonperson in the eyes of the Chicago Tribune and Billy Flynn his wife’s lawyer. 1,528 more words

Homily

Jerusalem and Birmingham

I recently read (more of less at the same time) two historical books which I would highly recommend.  Each is flawed, but each gives a picture of a tragic time of which I knew too little. 889 more words

WWII

MLK Jr said it best - tolerating evil

I will be a hypocrite if I say that I have never tolerated an act or deed by looking the other way. It stabs right at the heart. 24 more words

I Love Life

Positive Quote 12.03

Carve a tunnel of hope through the dark mountain of disappointment.

Martin Luther King Jr.

Have a blessed day all. <3

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10 Awesome People Who Advocated Socialism

Albert Einstein was a socialist. So, too, were Martin Luther King, Jr. and Helen Keller. This might surprise you if you’re from the United States, where socialism has been presented as irredeemably evil and Martin Luther King, Jr. 488 more words

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