As I walk the street of dreams in Atlanta
"As I walk the street of dreams in Atlanta, GA - I leave the Ellios Hotel and find myself heading for the King Center. The echo of Martin's dream surrounds my being in light and promise. My thoughts stream like a waterfall - it was to become the most emotional walk in my entire life."
"Years ago Dr.King walked on this same street past one of the oldest Barbershop in the country from 1904. I could imagine, how often was Dr. King in the shop sitting there on a chair and the barber would tell him the current news from the streets".
"As I continue to walk I see on the left side the King History Center and on the right side The King Center. But before I come closer I stopped at the Ebenezer Baptist Church. The Church were Dr King worked and preached as a pastor. A wonderful small church but with the biggest spirit ever to be found in a church".
"As I walked to my meeting at the King Center I noticed some little houses on the left side where Dr. King was raised. Children were playing around them. A smile comes over my face and in this moment I know ~ I'm on the right way."
"Few are willing to brave the disapproval of their fellows, the censure of their, the wrath of their society. Moral courage is a rarer commodity than bravery in battle or great intelligence. Yet it is the one essential, vital quality for those who seek to change a world that yields most painfully to change. And I believe that in this generation those with the courage to enter the moral conflict will find themselves with companions in every corner of the globe."
"As I walk from the Freedom Hall I want to see the place were Dr. King and his wife Coretta King find their last rest on earth. Today we have the first African American President, now the time has changed in a positive way. The vision the dream will indeed be possible for Dr. King who built the foundation for his peaceful fight for a better world for everybody. The dream was now bigger than before."
"I have dreams that I cherish. I have dreams that I want to come true. The dream of love, peace and compassion for the children of our planet. It is very painful their plight through disease, fear, hunger and war. I will never let go of the dream, this dream has nurtured hope in me....made me strong....also gave me pain....One day I shall share it and shed tears. It has also given me happiness and hope. I have only one wish. I want to dream and live this dream again. Only this time I will have a smile on my lips......and I will not lose the dream."