Martin Luther King Jr.

Today is a day to remember a man, not because of what race he was. It is a day to be remember b/c one man despite threats of violence and racism, spoke a message of freedom, equality, love, peace, and unity among all races, religions and people of the world through. That man, Martin Luther King Jr. is who we remember today and the change he worked his entire life for.

Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it…
Confucius (via idealisticlove)
The gospel at its best deals with the whole man, not only his soul but his body, not only his spiritual well-being, but his material well being. Any religion that professes to be concerned about the souls of men and is not concerned about the slums that damn them, the economic conditions that strangle them and the social conditions that cripple them is a spiritually moribund religion awaiting burial.
Martin Luther King, Jr. 
a nation that continues to spend more money a year on military defense than programs of social uplift is approaching spiritual death
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr,  (via sheffieldtownship)
A man who believe to the utmost that the answer to unity and equality amongst all people could be, should be, and must be achieved through peace, love and non-violence

A man who believe to the utmost that the answer to unity and equality amongst all people could be, should be, and must be achieved through peace, love and non-violence

return-to-sender:

haha. I love this… yes, I realize that that makes me slightly nerdy and weird but ehh, what else is new?

return-to-sender:

haha. I love this… yes, I realize that that makes me slightly nerdy and weird but ehh, what else is new?

3carpediem3:

I consider myself to be an existentialist… many people misinterpret existentialism to be a concept that supports the notion of there not being a purpose to life. The actual definition is far from that… the philosophy of existentialism is finding self and the meaning of life through free will,…

kimbodinii:

Okay, lemme ask you this, how many of you would actually own up to doing/saying something wrong. Just being IN the wrong. I bet half of you wouldn’t.

We’re all programed to know that pointing fingers, lying, and starting confrontations are frowned upon. Then why do we do it? Plain and simple, no…

Whether one believes in a religion or not,
and whether one believes in rebirth or not,
there isn’t anyone who doesn’t appreciate kindness and compassion.
Dalai Lama (via whatthedeng)
That’s what real love amounts to; letting a person be what he really is. Most people love you for who you pretend to be. To keep their love, you keep pretending - performing. You get to love your pretense. It’s true, we’re locked in an image - an act.
Jim Morrison (via pocahontasonlybitchier)