Thought for the Day, 19th January


Date published: Tue 19 Jan 2021   Author: HLH/SGE   Category: News   Share: Share on facebookShare on TwitterShare on MySpaceShare by Email

Thought For The Day – Tuesday January 19th 2021


 “Keep hope alive.”  (Dr. Martin Luther King)

“Tomorrow will be a good day.”  (Captain Sir Tom Moore)

“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love.”  (St. Paul, 1 Corinthians chapter 13)

“We celebrate my father's life and legacy. Arndrea, Yolanda and I are working to ensure that everyone is a part of the King legacy. To care for one another and to demand justice and equality -- that is living my father's dream.”  (Martin Luther King III, son of Dr. King, message on Martin Luther King Day).

We continue to think, and will always think, of all who are inspiring, serving and suffering, and all who have inspired, served and suffered,  now and always.

They are with us, and will always be with us,  in every step we take.  They inspire and guide us. We “pay it forward” and serve, inspire and guide others. We spread their light.   

Get ready.    Your future, in honour of your family and the community, will be the very, very brightest and the very, very best.


Above:  Lichfield Cathedral, pictured in 2020. 

Keep building.  Keep reading. Keep improving. Keep caring.  Keep reaching out. Keep remembering. Keep resting.  

Keep doing you. You are enough.

Not every day is perfect but we keep the hope going and look after others.  

A quote from Dr. King’s granddaughter: