Unity, last year, thanks to the invitation of Rev. Bernice King, I had the privilege of celebrating the legacy of
Martin Luther King Jr. at the King Center in Atlanta. It was one of the great experiences of my lifetime. It was so moving to be in the house where
Dr. King was raised and to walk the street that he walked.
Today, at a time of such great dissension, Dr.
King’s legacy is a reminder that regardless of current political leaders, we can all make a difference. I believe Dr. King was concerned
about we are doing for our neighbors, for the people who live next door.
What’s really important is that we all work to make a difference. Frankly, the difference that
each one of us makes to improve the lives of those around us can change the arc of the universe. Each one of us can make a difference and we
Dr. King was
a minister. As a person of faith, I believe that we are here to reflect the glory of God. When we help others and give them a chance to realize
the purpose of their destiny, we are reflecting the glory of God the same way Dr. King did his entire lifetime.
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