Here in the US, many people have the day off for Martin
Luther King Jr. Day. It’s often celebrated as a day of service, or of remembering and continuing Dr. King's legacy. It’s a day I’m reminded to practice hope, non-violent
communication, and love. Dr.
King’s sermon “A Knock at Midnight” seems especially relevant right now, as
do many of his words. There’s much more at The
King Center website.