This week, our nation commemorated the 50th anniversary of 250,000 people who gathered at the National Mall in Washington D.C. to listen to Martin Luther King speak on the injustice that was still occurring for the African American in the United States.
He dreamed that the Constitution and Declaration of Independence wouldn't be just pieces of paper with noble words and marvelous visions, but the law of the land - followed and respected.
Bringing only your best self to the table .... and to the party. Bringing only the best experience into your thoughts and into your life.
Using the Power given to you by the Universe to demonstrate and manifest your greatest good in all the corners of your life, even the nooks and crannies.
We have the Power to free ourselves from missing the mark in our thoughts and beliefs about our bodies, minds, pocket books, relationships, and work.
Dr. King ended his famous Dream Speech with this:
Free at last, free at last,
Great God a-mighty, I am free at last.