Somewhere toward the end of minute seven, he says, "Let us not seek to satisfy our thirst for freedom by drinking from the cup of bitterness and hatred."
He speaks of "meeting physical force with soul force."
I believe that these are the images and instincts of peace and evolution, not only for our nation's racial pain. but for the pain of humanity as we clash with each other on so many fronts.
I invite you to listen to this man's words as if you had never heard them before. And if you really have never heard them before, I invite you to listen even more closely.
I invite you to contemplate this man's dream and vision and bring it to life in you so that it can evolve uniquely in your contribution to our human family.