Today is the day we celebrate a prophet.
It’s going to be a tough day for me. I already am fighting back tears.
But it’s important to listen again to Dr. King’s speeches.
Because it’s been more than fifty years since his 1964 Nobel Peace Prize speech, and we still can fly the air like birds, and swim the seas like fish, and talk across the whole world like angels, and we have been reminded this month that we still do not walk the Earth as brother and sister.
But let us not cry. Let us rejoice.
Because Dr. King believed that we could find that world.
Let’s live up to his faith in us.