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Why Is Martin Luther King Jr Important To Others

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When I began to think of helping hand I think of people that made a difference in the world for all people not just one particular creed or color. So many ideas pop in my head that I began to want to reach for a great man in particular. This great man is Martin Luther King Jr everyone has heard of this man and heard his accomplished beyond so many years. Even though, this was before my time I am still able to appreciate and respect a man, who was a leader who did so much for all races not just single one race. He did not come as arrogant and self centred, stingy person, belittle others to rise to the top. So that why I disagree why people should not get acknowledged for doing great gratitude of deeds for others my reasons are: be humble, help …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Opines that people should not be acknowledged for doing great gratitude of deeds for others. martin luther king jr was a leader who did so much for all races.
  • Analyzes how martin luther king was determined to stay humble even though he faced prejudice from white and black sides. he risked his life to go on marchers and break barriers of injustice.
  • Explains how they understand dr. king's message when he went around helping people out in need.
  • Opines that recognition is a common word that always used through life. they believe some people need to be given some form of recognition to feel great about their self-esteem.
  • Concludes that they remain humble and thankful for small things that dr. king has given to them. if they get recognition for their hard work and accomplished, they will be humble.

Martin Luther King show that even though he faced prejudice from white and black sides he was determine to stay humble. When I look at history channel or movies based on this life Dr. King was always humble he never got out line, he never felt the need to tell everyone’’hey look at me I need attention’’. No! he risk his life to go on marchers and break barriers of injustice of racism that was tolerate all colors of people. Another example, of Dr. King selfish act of being humble when we was attack so many times by racism people he did not use violence, he did not starting fighting, he did not start talking reckless. Instead he kept his head high showing his outstanding character of a real man who stand ground in his faith and be humble. He was leading by example not just to his own people but anyone else of other ethnic colors who was join in the fight for peace, tearing down racism that tormented people going together as one. His humbleness change the world today and make a huge impact now for all of us to learn the meaning of being …show more content…

I believe some people need to be given some form of recognition so they can felt great about their self-esteem. As for me I am not into recognition give me attention because I need it. If I do anything that is productive of helping someone out, be humble I do it because I am kind heart person. Example one my mother was sick with a cold badly, I knew she need help around the house. When my mother went to sleep I took upon myself to clean up the house, get groceries in the house and give her medicine and plenty of tissue. I was not looking to get be crown of recognition either that is totally not my character. Second example being here at school whatever class I am determine to pass the class, understand the material and move on onto the next class. I do not like attention whatsoever even the thought of feeling to be seen is never been thing for me. I am happy if my teacher’s or my coach are happy for me that they see my hardworking and dedication. However, if I never get acknowledge ever again I am not going to jump of the edge of cliff or quit coming to school. Last example when my sister lost her first love of her life it was tragic time for us I was about 10 going on 11 years old. I remember coming into the room and holding my sister in my arms and comfort her in the pain she was endure. I was kid but I knew I had to do something. Anytime my mother bring up that story she shed a tear of

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