On this day and in this way we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as a contemporary of ours at this momentous time in our history, for he was one of the greatest American men that ever lived. This, a tribute to his legacy, for he was a leader in our quest for peace and understanding, love and brotherhood for our fellow men and women. We may not have time to delay the recognition of the massive cultural revolution that has already begun.
In their book about Mao Tse-tung, authors Jung Chang and Jon Halliday quoted Mao: “The nature of the people of the country is inertia, they worship hypocrisy are content with being slaves and narrow-minded.” This is not a condition that is creeping into our society, it is already entrenched with definite groups and definite places in our country.
Stiling Knight, Huletts Landing