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remembering MLK Day

I just finished rereading The Cross &The Lynching Tree by Cone and on the snowy MLK Day I will not attempt to share any wisdom. I will only reflect as I continue this journey of listening and learning and getting #woke (which even this is an indication of my privilege) I am profoundly grateful for the refusal of moderation or silence in the seeking of justice. I am also grateful for the continued work of many who refuse to remain silent when others doubt their humanity or experience.  MLK knew the cost of pursuing freedom most likely would cost him his life, just as Jesus knew it when he went to Jerusalem. God spoke to Martin Luther King Jr as he recorded at his kitchen table one night. He said hard things. He said he had to go to Memphis under the threat of death to proclaim what was so out of reach of the time, “ I don’t know what will happen now. We’ve got some difficult days ahead. But it doesn’t matter to me now. Because I’ve been to the mountaintop. And I don’t mind. I just…

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