Martin Luther King Jr. on Nonviolence, Brotherhood, Selflessness, Competition, Hate, Humanity, and Love
At Harmony Interfaith Initiative, we believe that those who inspire should provide a spark, not try to live up to unattainable ideals of perfection. With that said, the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. presents us with an aspirational tale. If we follow in his footsteps, we can do more good, fight for justice, and work towards a brotherhood.
In preparation for MLK day this year, we read a number of quotes from his speeches and books. The following words struck us as equally relevant today as when they were written/spoken. Here they are in no particular order. Our only commentary comes in the form of bolding the words that especially resonated with us.
Exploring co-humanity is never a waste of time. In fact, it seems to be the only doorway that will open up a possibility for respectful ideological exchanges. The following are several examples of co-human encounters. This list will get you started. Getting people together is a creative process and the only thing that limits your options is your own imagination.
Ideas that promote social harmony and bridge-building across divides.
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Our mission is to train and support people who want to do good in the world. We do this by providing access to strategies, methods, and ideas that promote social harmony and enable bridge-building across divides. Our primary goal is to help others create harmony in diverse communities.
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