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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

There is a loneliness epidemic in America. According to a nationwide survey conducted by global health service company Cigna, “an astonishing 43% of participants (that’s 2 in 5 Americans) sometimes or always feel isolated from others, and that their relationships are not meaningful. Additionally, 27% (that’s 1 in 4 Americans) rarely or never feel as …

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A few months before his assassination in Memphis (April 4, 1968) Dr. King spoke to the staff of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference meeting. Preparing them for the Poor People’s Campaign scheduled for the spring of 1968. This is an excerpt from Dr. King’s last thorough evaluation of “the movement”. It appears Dr. King was …

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  I wonder what Martin Luther King would think of today’s America. The America where… An African American was elected president. African Americans are free to pursue the American Dream. Little black boys and girls are able to join hands with little white boys and girls as sisters and brothers. What would Dr. King say? …

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The inherent desire for justice is primal. Assuring us that the human race will not join the dinosaurs, the Barbary lion or the dodo bird. EXTINCTION! Justice is the gatekeeper of the greater good. Preventing the proliferation of evil. Evil that… Betrays trust. Enslaves the downtrodden. Preys upon the innocent. Victimizes the vulnerable. Proclaims the …

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