Thursday, 29 August 2013

50th Anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther Kings' 'I Have a Dream' speech

Either by Amy Wolfman or she found it online somewhere and shared it without a reference. Either way she has been totally unclear about the source and people in the Oracle Report group do not care one hoot!

“I have a dream, that my four children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
- Martin Luther King, 28 August 1963

Here's a message for the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech. From Dr. Martin Luther King: "You are right. The United States has not come as far as I hoped it would have come. It seems that the dream I had in the '60s hasn't totally been realized. Now I'm looking around at the country and wondering what happened. There are so many people who are lost. There are so many people who are blaming their issues on the wrong "cause", and, anyway, if there is a cause for our problems as American citizens, it cannot be pinned on any particular circumstance or person. The citizens of this country, and the members of Congress, have been looking very hard to find the solutions to the issues that are currently being faced- and they are looking in the wrong places. We are one body, one heart, one mind- we are the same on the inside. We are facing a problem in this country today because there are those among us who don't believe this. There are those among us who cannot see that we are all interconnected. I firmly believe that we are all equal. We are each given the same rights by God. The differences that exist between us are superificial, and it's a shame that many of us can't see it this way. Notice that I say "many of us"- I am acknowledging the fact that we are all one."

Note: Apparently, Dr. Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' speech was an impromptu addition to his planned speech. At the end of a book channelled by Virginia Essene (New Teachings for an Awakening Humanity by The Christ) Archangel Michael contrinutes a message in which he says that he leant his power not only to Jeshua (Jesus) but also other important leaders such as Martin Luther King.



“One day we must come to see that peace is not merely a distant goal we seek, but that it is a means by which we arrive at that goal. We must pursue peaceful ends through peaceful means.” - Martin Luther King, Jr.

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