Striving to be the best version of ourselves will consist of melting the inner parts that are “broken,” flawed.
No one is exempt.
He spent the last 8 years of his life depressed. If a room had windows, the hairs on the back of his neck would erect, similar to a fan hearing Whitney Houston’s voice sing, “I will always love you,” for the first time. To magnify his internal struggles; smoking cigarettes and consuming alcohol became his standard way of coping. As if that wasn’t ample challenges to overcome, stepping out on his wife numberless times, produced a gamut of emotions for said subject.
Regardless, Martin Luther King Jr., was an honorable man. Selfless beyond measure. Letting us know there is “always” a dream to be fulfilled… even with flaws.