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MLK Day

[image error]Martin Luther King, Jr., b. January 15, 1929

Remembering MLK, Jr., celebrating his day on Monday January 18.

Not as well known as many of his quotes, but this one struck me today:

Ten thousand fools proclaim themselves into obscurity, while one wise man forgets himself into immortality.

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Jeannie and Louis Rigod Dear Camille,

I first found you as Ada and adored the books. Now, I'm being introduced to 'You.' What a joy for me. Have a happy Summer of Reading/Writing and fun.

Jeannie and Louis


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