Updated: Dec 7, 2021
Martian Luther King Junior's Second Principle of Nonviolence:
Nonviolence seeks to win friendship and understanding.
The end result of nonviolence is redemption and reconciliation.
The purpose of nonviolence is the creation of the Beloved Community.
My beloved community is multiracial and filled with opportunity. We have an abundance of intellectual minds, strong bodies and hearts filled with love. Smart men and women fill my beloved community through a sense of communal understanding through our basic human nature. Brothers and sisters of every race and ethnicity fill my beloved community because we have the strength to carry ourselves through trials and tribulations. I believe in the necessity of love to build friendships between opposite parties. Love in the raw form is connecting with someone else who can gain a better livelihood through mutual commitments to our beloved community. The beloved community must come together and unite to achieve our dreams. These dreams will speak volumes when we come together because we are the leaders of our beloved community.
Every day we must make a commitment to work harder and longer to ensure that nonviolence will keep our friends and families safe. In the end nonviolence is redemption from our past mistakes and a reconciliation to a brighter future. We must stop focusing on tearing our fellow community members down to gain a higher socioeconomic standing. We must become community members that showcase our greatest talents as Americans. Reconcile with our past and become a fellow community member who is truly enlightened and worthy of the entitlements that come with our beloved community.