Happy Birthday MartinPosted: January 15, 2013
January 15th Small Stone
“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr. August 28, 1963
Over the past fifty years that dream has been expanded to include: gender, all races, sexual preference, disability, size, etc. We all have that dream; at least I always have.
But life, Dr. Brian Weiss, and yoga have taught me that our souls are here to learn and often our packaging, and the experiences part and parcel to it, are significant to what our souls want and need to learn. Since said packaging is just that; our souls live forever, and each is on their own journey to learn what they’ve come to learn, why does this equality really matter?
It matters because until we all – in every country, of every race, gender, hair color, eye color, size, shape, religion, sexual preference, disabled, etc. – until we all see the soul, divinity, worth and value in each other, only then can we live on this beautiful heaven on earth in peace. When we can do that, we all will have triumphed.
So thank you Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for your dream. It paved the way for my life and my dreams.
Happy Birthday with love!