Editorial: What Dr. King meant to me
January 20, 2011 · Print This Article
It is imperative as we work toward a solution to heal some of
the hurt and to sedate or minimize some of the pain. Yes pain, it’s impossible
to remove pain for it takes pain to affect change. After all, as we
celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy, he’s the prototype for
us to model ourselves – or to be more correct – to model the change that we
want to see happen,
When speaking of negativity, Dr. King said something to the effect that we use “soul power”. Remembering that he was a preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ, in the grand scheme of thing’s.
To truly effect relation’s on many level’s, we have to know and believe
that we have the capacity to change, Dr. King said, he’s been to the mountaintop and seen the promised land. He was the mountain in that setting and the promise
was in him, as in all of us.
Howard Frost Sr.