How quickly we have forgotten that Martin Luther King stood not only head and shoulders above color and class disparity, he became the mountain top. King had a dream and he embodied it. How did he do this?
In my latest Huffington post, I discuss how MLK wanted each one of us to realize that the personal strength of character we display when interacting with others is the key to unlocking the prison of color and class discrimination.
The Bridge to Peace march in Charleston, SC, is the perfect example of what MLK stood for as the community rallied in love rather than fear-based protests or rioting.
My heart’s wish is for everyone to realize we contain the power to heal the world within us, by being the change we wish to see, leading by example.