There once existed a man of dreams, who pictured life outside the seams, outside the realm of possibility, outside the common schemes.
This man stood for a better day, a better tomorrow without the haze that blanketed our eyes, caused us to rise, caused us to say…
“He had a Dream, that can still come true! A better life that is long overdo! Where the red on the pavement was not in vain, but bled for you.
THIS day remember what he did for race, that all his work will someday erase, the disgrace of looking at only the face, but instead in the heart where God brings grace.
He had a Dream, let it not be a day, that some are relieved of school in order to play, but a reminder instead, of a united fray.
This day remember Martin Luther King, and the change that he desperately tried to bring.”
“The time is always right, to do what is right” Martin Luther King Jr.