martin

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I pity the people who did not grow up with Dr. King in their world. I was 14 when this aired, and nearly half a century later, I find myself answering the questions of these fleas in my mind as Martin did with his mouth. I think I was doing the same thing on many of those questions at the time, his having touched me so deeply. I was crazy with admiration for him. I loved him from the first moment I saw him. Nobody told me he was a great man. It was something you knew immediately. No question. While you'd think it can't be that much different for people seeing and hearing him now, it cannot be the same. He was the most beautiful thing I'd ever seen. I admired him wholeheartedly and avidly and I have never stopped. I have pictures of him all over my house. It just occurred to me that Martin was my teacher. It has never worn off.
I pity the people who did not grow up with Dr. King in their world. I was 14 when this aired, and nearly half a century later, I find myself answering the questions of these fleas in my mind as Martin did with his mouth. I think I was doing the ...
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