How do you look at people at Mahatma Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr. and such others?
As Political Leaders or Social Workers?
I view them as "Human Rights" activists. They are living proof that (one person) can make a difference! One does not have to be rich or a highly elected official to lead a movement which touches the conscious of a nation or the world.
They were normal people just like you and I who had the courage to get out there and really try to make a positive difference in the lives of so many.
"What one man can do is dream
What one man can do is love
What one man can do is change the world
And make it young again
Here you see what one man can do"
(a grainy, but beautiful song) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wie219qytT0
Nice perspective, I must say..!!!
Thank you for sharing..!!! [Smiles]
Like Dashing said, "Human Rights Activists" Here is a better link to "What One Man Can Do?" than the one I put on JThompson's comment : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QD9s1qRzj0Y I am not sure who the man in the judge's section with tears actually is.
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