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We have been fortunate enought to have enjoyed and been challenged by the faith, education, wildlife, work, culture and people we have encountered in the various places around the world that we have lived in. These experiences have moulded our thinking and lifestyle.



I have read and heard many words that have supported and highlighted MLK day. These words from many different sources have helped me remember those horrendous actions and atrocities that Dr King and others persevered in hardship and oppression to change.

It made me contemplate and I remember....

I remember so that I can be empowered by the actions of these past heroes to fight the injustices of today, so that I can act to stop the injustices that would occur tomorrow.

I remember and as I remember I pray.
I pray that remembering yesterday, will cause me to take action today, that will stop the injustices of tomorrow.

Although as I contemplate I also remember…..
That today there are mores slaves across the world than ever before in history
That today men, women and children are enslaved through the avarice of greed, labor and sexual exploitation.
That today men, women and children are trapped by the drugs and violence on our urban streets. That today children are brought up in a world were 85 people control 46% of the worlds resources.  

I remember and as I remember I pray.
I pray that the words spoken and written today, in street marches and processions, in churches and on the internet would create a tsunami of action. Action just like those we remember, in the main street and high street of our towns, cities and communities, so that the “Dream” of Dr King would become a deeper reality in our lifetime and that truly “freedom would ring for all”..