Today, I am grateful for Martin Luther King, Jr., and all who have fought for freedom with dignity and discipline; who have shown that content of character is more important than color, creed, or wealth; who have worked toward a worldwide symphony of brotherhood, of peace, of justice.
Today, I am grateful for this speech, a tour de force of rhetorical skill exercised with dignity and discipline. It's tragic that so many ears that listen are deaf to its truth and beauty.
Please take the time to listen...and hear. We really can't hear it enough because the symphony of brotherhood still isn't harmonious, even if it is sounding much better.
I Have a Dream
What are you grateful for?