Martin Luther King, Jr.: What are you doing for others?
“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?” ~ Martin Luther King Jr.
Today we’re celebrating the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. and not only that: we celebrate his life, an influential leader, his dream, his powerful words, his contribution to justice and freedom, his courage, love, service.
Dr. King made an impact with action, with the intention of changing the life of others and bringing the community together.
One of his most powerful quotes encourages each of us to help and serve others. What are you doing for others? Are you sharing the love or promoting hate and anger? Are you helping those in need and giving back to your community or being selfish? Are you leading by example or making poor decisions that negatively affect your family, friends, clients?
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Pay attention to what you’re doing and ask yourself this question every day. You will get to know more about yourself and you will be able to get what you want from your life. You will be able to help others and serve them. Small steps every day can make a huge difference in the long run.
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