The work that Martin Luther King Jr. did repaired a terrible wrong in this country and gave equal rights to all Americans.
If you listen to the famous “I Have a Dream” speech, you’ll hear him refer to the Declaration of Independence (1776).
The full transcript can be read here.
It is not enough to honor him and his work; each of us, in our small way, must continue the struggle to uphold this creed. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people shall be created equal.” https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs
Ask yourself what you’re doing to foster that. Every act of kindness or mercy supports the equality of you and another person or people. Random acts of kindness to people who need our help uphold this truth. Kindness is the basic affirmation to yourself and to others that we are all equal. When you examine how you treat yourself, do the words from the Declaration of Independence apply?
Ponder this and enjoy the holiday!
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