Re: Marley's ghost.
Oct 03, 1995 11:39 AM
by Dr. A.M.Bain
> >Also according to a quote from Martin Luther King I've
> >mentioned before, but it fits in here:
> >"Hate the deed, but love the doer". If you can't forgive,
> >you'll get all shrivelled up inside. All in all, it's my firm
> >belief that it's more productive to keep on going happily, &
> >just keep a little watch out of the corner of your eye, because
> >we don't want that kind of nonesense to happen again.
> This may be your philosophy "to keep on going happily" but
> King fought on for justice until stopped by an assassin's bullet.
> King wasn't "going happily" watching "out of the corner of his
> eye", but he was fighting in the trenches during every moment of
> his life. I would rather think that King's happiness might have
> come from knowing that he made a difference, even if the cost was
> his life.
> Whether King took his own advice to "love the doer" of the
> deeds of racism, I don't know, but whether he did or not, he
> continued to fight their deeds. His example is one worthy of
> following IMHO.
> Jerry HE
I'll say "Amen" to that, Jerry.
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