Hooeueuia lakou e ko Lowercase King

I kēia mau lā mākou i ka hoʻoilina o ka poʻe poʻokela alihi kaua o ke Kanawai Rights neʻe, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ka Haku hoʻohana i kēia kanaka, e hoopiha i ka lāhui kanaka, ae e hookala mai kekahi poe kanaka i ka like. Laila, ua nō hana aku e hana, aka, o kona makana, ua invaluable. No meʻe ua lawa, a Dr. Ke alii, aole koe, aka, I mea mahalo ia ia ma na aoao, a me koʻu lana ma kona hoʻoilina. Eia he ekolu mau mea e pili ana i kona ola i hooili mai iaʻu.

1. Kuko no ka mea, Lunakanawai
Dr. Ke alii, uaʻaumakua ma ka hewa a pau, ua rampant iloko o ko kakou ao, a hoʻolaʻa i kona ola, e kaua ku e ia wahi. Ma ka Baibala, ike aku la oia i ke Akua ka hihio, no kona ao, Ike aku la ia i na kaula kahea aku i ka hopena o ka hoʻokaumaha, a He ua passionate e ike i ka Lunakanawai hele mai e kekahi. I mahalo i keia kuko no ka hoopai, ae pule aku i ke Akua e hoomau i ka hana ia mea i loko o koʻu naʻau iho. Makemake au e kaua aku no ka hoʻopilikiaʻia, a hai aku i ka euanelio i ka poe Ka Ho 'Oponopono.

2. alaka'i
I loko nō o kona youthfulness, Dr. Ke alii, a wānana olelo, a me aniani mōakāka hihio, alakai aku la ia ia i ka nuʻu e like me ka luna o ka neʻeʻana. Oia i noho i hope, ae hoohewa aku, oia hehi iluna a alakai. Ka mea, ua maopopo i ka mea āna i manaʻo ai e kokuaʻeleʻele kanaka neʻe i mua, a alakai aku la ia i kekahi poe ma ka olelo. Keia kūpono ai ka ole-ikaika e kū'ē'ē mai i kōkua hoololi i kaʻAmelika Hui Pūʻia ka wa pau ole. Kakou e hiki i aʻo mai keia ano o ke alakaʻi. Hihio, ua waiwai wale i ka wa a he hana mare i alakaʻi. Kona alakaʻi kōkua i ka hihio hele mai e kekahi.

3. ikaika
ʻoia, kona hakakā,ʻaʻole i halawai mai me ka minoʻaka, a uaʻapo mai. He aa ai mamua aku i kona ola i kela manawa ua hele, olelo, ole loa. He ike i ka mea ana i hanaʻi, ua pilikia loa, nae oia i ka ikaika, e kau i kona ola ma ka laina, no kona poe kanaka. Ke kū'ē ia i ke ehuehu, aole ao kona hihio, a dampen i kona alakaʻi. It wale i hoʻomanaʻo ia i ke kumu o kona kaua ana. I pule i ka Haku e hana i loko oʻu, he unshakeable koa e ku no kona aupuni a me ka hakakā no kona nani.

I manaolana āu e lana ma kona kumu hoʻohālike e like me ka pono, a ke manao nei oukou e hoopili mai iaʻu i ka hoolea i ke Akua, no ka mea, ua hana ma Dr. King.

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4 pākuʻi

  1. for the love of Nigeriapane

    His life has definitely been a standard, I used this oppurtunity to ask for us to pray for Nigeria, even as we make our input towards fighting for the Nigeria of our dreams, it shall soon be a reality

  2. Dan Smithpane

    I agree that vision without leadership is wasted. It’s too bad, because I’m sure there were several people who foresaw the need for civil rights, and even how it could come about, but because they lacked leadership qualities, they are not remembered today. The same goes for the church. For every strong and visionary leader there are undoubtedly thousands who are merely visionary.