MLK Day

A day of service or a day off to play golf?

We all have our priorities.

I attended the Venice Interfaith Community Association winter program series — a sermon on “the Dreamer Keeping the Dream Alive” delivered by the Rev. John Wesley Walker of the Christian Methodist Episcopal church in Sarasota.

But let justice roll down like waters,
    and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.                                                                           (Amos 5:24English Standard Version)

 

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5 thoughts on “MLK Day

  1. I don’t think there’s a day that goes by that something doesn’t pop up that ticks me off about the Commander in Chief. He’s truly trying to make racism, narcissism, sexual predation and selfishness OK.

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  2. I used to attend the interfaith service at our church in Tulsa, OK on MLK Day. I had to stop going because you never knew when it would end. It would go on for hours. Parts were inspirational and other parts were just people talking to hear themselves. It was interesting to see that the church streamed this year’s program live on Facebook. The small town I live in now did nothing to celebrate but the bank and the post office closed.

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  3. I think the words of MLK were on the minds of Americans today. There has been so much negativity from the Prez that the softly flowing words of MLK made you stop and think – in all this time since his death, are things any better for anyone?

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