A trip through time and history with stops along the way.
Very powerful photo!
Good post! it is very powerful
great photo of a great man
Thank you so much for this reminder.
Great WW! No words needed here; Pictures talk for themselves... Thank you for the reminder!
MLK....back in the day. OK!Great WW!
Good one, Jamie. I'm going to come back later and give this a listen.
Great picture. And inspirational.
Thank you for such a great post. We should all remember the sacrifices our prophets of peace endured in order to lift us up.Best to you
Really neat- we are going into the Civil Rights era in class this very day
Wow, good choice--I didn't know today was the anniversary.
Excellent choice. What a great man. Happy Easter and WW.
Very sad memory today. 39 years ago.
I am left wordless
I didn't know his b-day was today. Great WW post!
Nice post. I am working on mine now as a matter of fact. While the I Have a Dream speech is his most famous, I believe the Mountaintop speech was his best. considering the fact that he was there to make up for the debacle of his previous protest March in Memphis, the weather,that he was physically and mentally worn down by the process, he stepped up to the microphone to deliver an unscripted summation of his journey to that point in his life. Eerily he seemed to sense that it would be coming to an end for him but he let people know that their hopes and dreams would be strong enough to live on after him...
I agree with you about "I may not see the other side" ... It was a beautiful speech.
Awesome!You may be interested in my post here.http://its-a-raggedy-life.blogspot.com/2007/01/martin-luther-king-jr.htmlThank you!Happy WW!
and his dream really did come true. Thanks for dropping by.
The answer to this week's WW : Guess-It is up! Go on down and see if you got it right!
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