What Made Martin Luther King Jr. a HERO?

Martin Luther King is a fascinating character in the history of the world. He made one of the biggest speeches. Most people will focus only on one thing, the speech, and hide his personal life. We as a society want heroes to be perfect, but that’s not a reality. Faulty people are what we all are. Nobody fits in the beautiful box of perfection. Here was a man who had several affairs throughout his married life.


Here is one of the greatest men of our generation who led the revolution to change our country for the better, and has avoided any control. Think of the different ways in which Bill Clinton and Martin Luther King are perceived.We want to acknowledge the passing away of a great inspiring leader who has made a difference in the lives of many people. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is an example of a leader who leads the conversation.


The reason we highlight him is to remember his dream of love, peace, and justice. Remember that our focus for this New Year is finding ways to celebrate by giving simple gifts like homemade bath scrubs with sugar and we have another reason to celebrate this month, celebrating a hero named Martin Luther King Jr.


What is a hero? A hero is someone who helps people in need. All heroes seem to have that superpower, and his strength lies in using big words like civil rights and peaceful action. Why do we need a hero? We need someone who inspires hope in us so that we have something to look forward to, rather than devoting ourselves to desperate thoughts. Who is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr? Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. is a civil rights activist who has worked hard to change the policies that were unjustly unfair during his time, just like Gandhi of India.


We celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day to remind us of what he has done for our country and to continue his dream of peace, love, and justice. Now we can live and work next to each other, regardless of color or race. Martin Luther King Jr. At this moment we can tell ourselves how happy we all are to have the chance to live his dream life. His work as a civil rights activist is phenomenal and inspiring. Great honorable things regarding freedom and justice must not be forgotten, but are a reason to celebrate, and that is why we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. The day every third Monday of the month since January 1986.