Martin Luther King recognized very serious problems, but he remained hopeful. We can be hopeful too — and keep pushing ahead!

The people reading this blog know a lot about the many problems — the many VERY SERIOUS problems — that endanger our world, our nation, and ourselves.

It would be easy to sink into cynicism and despair.  Powerful forces want us to do that and to give up.

But even while Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., recognized the horrible problems, he remained hopeful that we can indeed solve the problems.  We also need to stay hopeful — and stay strategically focused and active — until we win.

I appreciate King’s “Testament of Hope.”  It still sounds as relevant today as the day it was published.

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