Holidays can be just another day off but they also should be a time of remembrance as to their deeper meaning to us individually, nationally and in some cases globally. For those who lived through the days before, during and after Martin Luther King’s time in our nation’s story, this day can have a reflective, positive meaning for all of us. It serves as a remembrance of where we came from and where we still need to move towards. Charles D. Allen
Colonel, U.S. Army Retired and currently Professor, Leadership and Cultural Studies at the U.S. Army War College is a member of the Board at Project SHARE and his recent presentation to the Sunrise Rotary gives us some thoughts to incorporate on this day celebrating the life that was Martin Luther King.