"It is still one of the tragedies of human history that the 'children of darkness' are frequently more determined and zealous than the 'children of light.'"
"All too many of those who live in affluent America ignore those who exist in poor America; in doing so, the affluent Americans will eventually have to face themselves with the question that Eichmann chose to ignore: How responsible am I for the well-being of my fellows? To ignore evil is to become an accomplice to it."
"Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend."
Does anyone know who said this?
**Wow, I can't believe it took me so long to update this post! I always think I will do more blogging during the summer (and get my todo list knocked out), but the opposite happens. I typically get less then nothing done every year.
Yes, you are all correct ... Martin Luther King, Jr. is the answer. I have a book of quotes and speeches by MLK and I just love it.