On this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, let’s all try to put things in perspective.

If you are reading this, aka you have access to a computer and internet, it is because you are part of the World’s most lucky.

Let’s reflect on what’s important, what’s not that important. On the way we treat people and the way we accept how people near our hearts treat us and others. On how countries and people help others and why others destroy.

And mostly, what the word R.E.S.P.E.C.T. actually means.


En ce jour commémorant Martin Luther King, Jr., essayons de mettre les choses en perspective.

Si vous lisez ceci, donc que vous ayez accès à un ordinateur et internet, c’est que vous êtes parmi les plus chanceux de cette planète.

Pensons à ce qui est vraiment important, et ce qui ne l’est pas vraiment. À comment nous traitons les gens, et comment nous laissons nos proches nous traiter et traiter les autres. Aux pays et aux gens qui aident les autres, tandis que d’autres détruisent.

Et surtout, à ce que le mot RESPECT veut vraiment dire.



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