World Peace – Part II – Tribute to DR. Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 18, 2010

By Padmini Arhant

Focus on Haiti – Truth and Reconciliation

In a symbolic gesture, the article is dedicated to DR. Martin Luther King, Jr.,the inspirational force and an irreplaceable gift to humankind.

DR. King was a great leader, a humanitarian and an optimistic guide.

Since time immemorial, the world has been blessed with noble beings to protect and salvage civilizations from tyranny and oppression.

During his lifetime and in spirit, DR. King remains one of the legendary blissful souls who possessed the nobility and talent in teaching others endurance and the act of forgiveness.

Among numerous virtues, DR. King taught the young and the old to believe in self when confronting trials and tribulations in life.

DR. King led the hopeless to the domain of hope and stimulated the dormant minds to dream about a new beginning and future for themselves.

If DR. King were to be present today, the wound suffered by the people of Haiti not only in the catastrophic event but also throughout Haitian history would be healed in a manner providing strength to withstand any natural and human orchestrated disasters.

Therefore, the article envisions the political and economic prospects that could possibly end the misery and plight for the Haitian population.

Please stand by for the comprehensive evaluation and recommendations for permanent peace and progress in Haiti.

Thank you.

Padmini Arhant


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