A mans life can change in 24hrs

In 24hrs a man’s life can change. This man made a difference between the time he walked this earth. Many have  shared the dream since. To able to look beyond the lines that blur and see that we are all one, we are all held in the hand of God as we move thru this life. We are given the tools to live a positive life and make a difference that can bring change.  We honor Dr Martin Luther King for the work he has done as well as the work that has yet to be done. 
U2’s album The Unforgettable Fire contained two songs dedicated to the slain civil rights leader. “Pride (In the Name of Love)” was one of U2’s earliest global hits, and “MLK” closed the album. Bono has often expressed his admiration for Martin Luther King Jr. in interviews. As a teenage in Ireland, when violence and unrest were escalating because of the conflict over Northern Ireland, U2 front man Bono longed for the voice of reason from somebody such as the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Those thoughts and understanding of King’s teachings and life led the singer to write a song about the slain civil rights leader, a 1984 hit called “Pride (In the Name of Love).”

“We despaired for the lack of vision of the kind Dr. King gave to people in the South,” Bono said before accepting one of the highest honors from the King Center, the organization founded by King’s widow, Coretta Scott King.
Here’s a couple of the lyrics, just to cause you to think - beyond today   
Early morning, April 4
Shot rings out in the Memphis sky
Free at last, they took your life
They could not take your pride
Written by U2 
Produced by Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois