We wish you a meaningful and productive Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
We leave you with words from Rev. Tera Landers, minister at Throop Unitarian Universalist Church in Pasadena.
Your individual actions matter. The compassion you show to the world matters.
May we each be saved from our patience, and use some of our extra hours we have this Monday to create more meaningful connections in our communities so our own good work can join with that of others, and our impact can multiply.
~ Rev. Tera Landers
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