Martin Luther King’s network of mutuality

If mankind can be mobilised to protect, to love and nurture mankind, then there’s a chance that he might be taught how to care for the planet also, to love and protect that which isn’t his but is borrowed from generations to come and which in return for care will sustain them.

WHAT A HEART CAN HOLD

There are so many reasons to honor the memory and the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. My blog will be one of many to praise his courage, his compassion and his gift to move people with his words…a gift that most bloggers would love to have.

I was 16 in 1964 and I was deeply moved by King’s message of non-violent resistance. His cause was just. His words were eloquent and inspirational, moving those who agreed with him, and often those who did not.

I wish that we had such an inspiring voice for the cause of peace, disarmament and nonviolence today, and I truly believe that we need someone whose words can move both hearts and minds to speak to the impending environmental crisis that we, as a global community, are facing.

It is a crisis that we still don’t really see, just as we didn’t really see…

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About davidprosser

Retired Local Government Officer who started to write at age 60 and hasn't looked back. Writes a humorous diary on the life of a member of the gentry.......and the village he lives in with his sadistic early morning alarm cat Oscar and his wife the formidable Lady J.
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2 Responses to Martin Luther King’s network of mutuality

  1. “Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.”
    > We could also switch the word step for hug! Take the first hug in faith. 😀

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