Saturday, 21 January 2012

Inspiring Speeches on Martin Luther King Day

Listening to the Dharma talks today from both Jordan Thorn at the San Francisco Zen Center and Gil Fronsdal at the Insight Meditation Center I was inspired to watch Dr. Martin Luther King give his 1963 'I have a Dream' speech again in Washington. This in turn inspired me to watch Charlie Chaplin's very inspirational speech in the film 'The Great Dictator' released shortly after the start of WW2. In it he is a Jewish barber and is somehow mistaken for 'The Great Dictator' (In this movie called 'Henzel'). 
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