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Inspiration Prompt – Make Use Of Your Privilege

January 19th, 2009 by Avital

Today, the people in the United States are noting the Martin Luther King Day. Dr. King was a civil right fighter and his dream has materialized to a certain extent.

Each and every one of us could have been considered an under privileged minority if it weren’t for freedom fighters like Dr. King. Be it our gender, our race, our religion, our nationality or our personal preferences. Somewhere in the world or sometime in the near past, we may be/ might have been banned or outlawed.

However, where you are living right now at this hour, you are privileged. You have the right to speak your mind. You have the right to vote. To study. To work. To hold a bank account. To use public transportation. To get food and water and health care. You are lucky for all of those things that you (and I) are taking for granted.

On this week’s inspiration prompt I ask you – and myself – to make good use of the freedom we have been granted with by civil-rights’ activists who had given their lives for this cause.

Lets appreciate their sacrifice by living each day to its fullest and by using our freedom and our rights to make the world a better place for EVERYONE to live in.

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