Dr. Martin Luther King: A Character Analysis

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My mother, Elma Haney was a proud and very strong-will woman. Strong-willed is a kind nice way of saying whatever was on her mind, she would share with you. Now if you asked for that option that was your own fault. There were plenty of times she would give you advice you did not solicit. On a side note for those who know me, that is where I get it from. I would love to say that is something I am working on but that would be untrue. Therefore I will own that flaw and blame it on my mother. As the day arrives each year that we have set aside to remember and give thanks to the unique way God used the spirit and heart of Rev. Dr Martin Luther King, Jr I thought now is a fitting time to share some unsolicited thoughts, a few of the lessons my mother shared with me. Now keep opening description in mind, she was a strong-willed woman.…show more content…
As a matter of fact her outspoken nature could have gotten her in really deep trouble. We would often ask her, "How in the world did you survive in that context?" I just figured she like Mary kept those thoughts close to her heart. Unlike Mary when she got the chance never stop letting those bottled up thoughts out on any and everyone who would listen. As I reflect back on her life and witness, though, I understand with greater clarity why the things she valued in life were so much apart of her character. 1) She valued that fact that as a know African American woman she accomplished a lot of firsts. Firsts president of the Telephone Companies employee
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