Wednesday, February 17, 2010
great men don't lead in one lifetime
i reflect on more than a man or a dream, i reflect on the need for change in the era of the past,the current era and the future of society and how we, as a people must understand the true power we hold to mold our current and future society. the power of human kindness, forgiveness and perseverance has been shown in many ways. ways we can master to build a society based on many great leaders past dreams. a man can have a dream achieved, but we must understand we don't just have the same dream we have a greater dream a greater purpose in life. a greater need for inner reflection, a deep look at who we are now, a look into our collective soul and ask what is the dream that must be achieve for our generation. we are an interconnected society, with the willpower and desire for greatness. we might not all be great, but together great achievements and changes can be made. the more we are connected to brothers of other faiths, ethnicities and regional origins, find that a dream has many levels we saw a couple of those levels reached. we not only master those attained but tackled the hurdles that keep us from be a truly united people. not everybody will be a part of the dream, the will to persevere will not be as important if not for non believers or detractors. they can take a life of a man but his dream has moved forward. now more than ever, the forward motion cannot be stalled by those in power when the will of so many people want it to move forward. i will never forget his dream because his is a part of mine, and i hope, i know that our dream will keep his going on to infinity. To Dr. King and his legacy i hope my words will not only keep his dream moving but it will also add to it and create a new dream that we all can achieve in the future. cause dreams of that magnitude can only make us as a people move forward.