Yesterday’s quote was from Martin Luther King, Jr.
In Haiti how many people, in the past seven days have:
- Become homeless?
Mind boggling. And then it dawned on me – all these world events. One tragedy after another.
Why did white people need someone like Martin Luther King to paint a better future?
Shouldn’t the better future have been a no-brainer? I mean, seriously. Come on.
Anybody else starting to have deja vu?
Martin Scorsase was awarded the Cecile B. Demille award last night at the Golden Globes.
I love movies but am not a movie buff. So seeing all Martin Scorsase’s films, in a flash compilation, was amazing. I had no idea he was such a genius.
Watching that short highlight clip of the movies he’s directed and produced, was like watching, well, a living legend.
But today is not about living legends, today is about a legendary man, who had a dream.
A man who is no longer with us.
A man so legendary, that his dream changed the world.
Our son doesn’t have school today. School’s closed, due to a National Holiday. And it ain’t for Mr Scorsase.