To Live in Righteous Anger

2 thoughts on “To Live in Righteous Anger”

  1. Your post is what this country needs. People need to read and understand that hatred toward other people does nothing but infect the soul maliciously.

    I wish I had the opportunity to meet Dr. King myself. I’m sure a lot of people would. Dr. King was a model of how we should live our lives. Did he make mistakes? Sure. He was human. But I think what made him special was his humbleness and his love for people, even if those feelings weren’t reciprocated.

    In these times, we need more people like Dr. King. We need more people who will stand up for the oppressed. We need people, as Jesus said, who will not conform to what’s “normal.” Rather, we need people who will stand out.

    There was a quote that stood out to me. “Being a hero doesn’t mean you have to do big things. You just have to do the right things.” I think we’re all capable of doing the right things, no matter how big or small. We, the citizens of the United States, are the ones that can make this country great again.


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