Sunday, April 6, 2008

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Would Be Pissed If He Was Alive Today

High black poverty rates, black on black crime, war in Iraq, poor education statistics, low marriage rates, unprepared for retirement, limited leadership, failure to be home owners, incarceration rates. Yes, Dr. King would be pissed.

5 comments:

Attorneymom April 6, 2008 at 1:16 PM  

What happened to the dream???

focusedpurpose April 6, 2008 at 6:43 PM  

or as Dr. King said before his assasination, he was afraid that he had pushed to integrate into a burning house. the house is ablaze! argentina is on its way to america!!!

blessings,
focusedpurpose

wisdomteachesme April 7, 2008 at 8:12 AM  

people want the truth-they call for it, but when one stands and begins to speak the truth...those that asked for it- run and find fault with the message and or the messenger. Some people will always find excuses Not to do correctly. Too many people keep trying instead of Just Doing.
Too many people want to be entertained and told how to buy a car-but shun the truth that you have to put others before yourself-you have to have a diferent thinking pattern. You have to change your thinking, your heart in order to move physically forward.

Happiness and Joy escapes many because they are not serving others.

I think he would be highly dissappointed in the conditions that All people live in and die in.
He stood for All people growing in truths and accomplishments.
I really wonder what things would be like had he been able to start his teachings and proposals he wrote for the poor-low income peoples around the world. He also was teaching and writing about the poorness and lack that lives in peoples spiritual lives-which largely governs their natural lives.
This is the time for everyone to go and read up on what He actually wrote and spoke about. There are so many people today-that are Now going back to "see what this man actually said."

there is a new book out that i am going to order=
"What Would Martian Say"
by Clarence Jones.

Anonymiss April 7, 2008 at 8:57 AM  

Yes, he would be. I'm also sure that he would feel disrespected in finding that streets named after him boast of economic depression and/or lawlessness. Likewise for Rosa Parks.

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