Martin Luther King Jr the American Pastor who fought his heart out for civil liberties for all men through his nonviolent civil disobedience based on his Christian beliefs. In these troubling days of terrorism and wars on top of wars, Martin Luther King Jr's wise words ring louder then ever in these trying times as hate and fear rise from the ashes and takes grasp around the World going country to country. Many admit they take this day as just another day off from work, or school, but take some time to look into the works of the late great humanitarian Martin Luther King Jr and his crusade for "Non-Violent Protests" in the search for peace for all mankind. Standford University has a great site for anyone interested in looking into the works of MLK. Link Here: The Martin Luther King, Jr.Research and Education Institute Even today I get chills listening to Martin Luther King Jr's last speech -- its as if God came right through him and put those words into Martins mind and he unleashed God Wisdom into the Wild for all men to hear and remember: [YT]Oehry1JC9Rk[/YT] Not many know this, but in the final moments of Dr Kings life, just prior to being shot he had called down from the balcony to a Saxophonist player who was scheduled to play that night at a dinner with King, King yelled down "