Inauguration & Martin Luther King, Jr

What a beautiful day in time that the 57th Inaugural Ceremony is on the same day as we honour Martin Luther King, Jr.  Coincidence?  I think not.  Say you want, God is always on time and on time in all ways.  I think timing of the two events are momentous, insightful, powerful, and nothing short of graces being extended.

Whatever you choose to do today, take a moment to give thanks for Martin Luther King, Jr and his legacy and also give thanks that in spite of insurmountable odds stacked against him, a black man; Barack Hussein Obama was elected and then re-elected as the President of the United States of America.  We know all too well that the ‘United’ part is a bit of a farce; however, in spite of that, we have come a long way as a people; all people. 

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr Day and congratulations once again, to the POTUS.


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8 thoughts on “Inauguration & Martin Luther King, Jr

  1. No question. Martin Luther King, Jr made it possible for a lot of us and for that we remain eternally grateful. Let the good fight continue!

  2. It was good to see our political process at work today. But me……today, I worked a full day, just like usual.

  3. Yesterday, we drove to Memphis and took the moment to pay respects to Dr.King. I wanted to visit Atlanta, but the back and forth drive would’ve covered the majority of the day.

    Hard to believe a peaceful soldier like Dr.King was murdered. Then again, it isn’t, considered the fight he courageously fought in the 60s.

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