Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus but a molder of consensus.” On this day set aside to remember and honor the positive impact he had on our world, may we all work to mold a new consensus of respect of all people, males and females.
May we work to insure “respect” is ingrained in every aspect of our society – from a 4 year old born into financial poverty to the wealthiest and most powerful leaders in our world. For if respect was truly given and received by all and to all, we would have little need for the work many of us do.
Thank you, Martin Luther King Jr., for improving our world. While many of today’s society were never alive to meet you or hear your words in-person, your legacy lives forever!
Author: Mike Domitrz