What would you call it if you heard about an artist who had been declared legally blind and whose heart had lost the greater percentage of its strength but whom somehow continued to produce masterful paintings in brilliantly-colored detail? The word miracle may not be too extreme at all and it certainly should not … More The Miracle That Was Gullah Artist Allen Fireall: Poem and Remembrance
“To act or speak violently out of spite, chauvinism, or self-interest, to impoverish, exploit or deny basic rights to anybody, and to incite hatred by denigrating others—even our enemies—is a denial of our common humanity.” –The Charter for Compassion You could say I recently received a double dose of compassion. The first came in the … More A Double Dose of Dynamic Compassion – Bright Skylark Literary Productions
Image still from “Let Freedom Ring” video provided by the King Center. “When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall … More Text and meaning in Martin Luther King Jr.’s I Have a Dream speech (part 3 of 4) – by Aberjhani
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