The Dream Pledge - The Vision

Lesson 2: The Vision

Dr. King's dream made him famous, but his vision gave him power. Have you ever heard someone say, "They could see something in their mind's eye?" Well, that's just another way of saying they could imagine something before they could actually see it. Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream for America, but in his mind's eye, he imaged an America free of discrimination, poverty, hunger and violence. What's your vision for America and the world? Having a dream about something is great, but like Dr. King, your vision is also important. Share your dream with a parent, friend or whoever will listen!

{ "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character."—Martin Luther King Jr.

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You can do anything you can imagine as long as you let your vision guide your actions!

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