The King of Dreams.
On this day 28th August, we celebrate the memory of Dr Martin Luther King junior, who stood on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington and gave his iconic speech ‘I Have a Dream’ to a massive rally for jobs and freedom. There are many fascinating aspects of Dr. King’s life that remain practically unknown to the public.
The Queen of Gospel
Did you know that Dr King, Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech may not have become what it did if it wasn’t for gospel singer Mahalia Jackson‘s last minute suggestion. She was behind him on the podium at the Lincoln Memorial and urged him to talk about “The Dream” right before his speech.
The date that Dr King presented his speech was 28th August 1963, which adds up to 37/10.
Meaning: ‘1’ The Pioneer. Original. Leader
Aspiration of prominence, in a leadership position, in which an inherent expansive and emotional nature can be expressed. A friendly, kind and generous quality will promote goodwill amongst followers.
Chance or coincidence?
Dr King was born on 15th January 1929, his birthdate adds up to birth path 28/10
Meaning:‘1’ Pioneer. Original. Leader.
Ambitious and progressive, willing to lead and take responsibility. You wish to improve existing conditions. Your positive direct approach to life instills zest in every new enterprise you initiate. You are a visionary, with the ability to translate your dreams into tangible products.
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‘Without a song, each day would be a century’ ~ Mahalia Jackson
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