The Martin Luther King, Jr “I Have A Dream” speech has always touch my heart. I am only 29 years old and I was not even born when he said that wonderful speech. But it has so much power. I take that speech and put it in my own words because of what I see.
Here is the thing: I take my 3 year old to school and see how they push him to the side because he can’t talk or do what other kids can do. Just a reminder – these kids are 3 and 4 year olds. They are asking my why can’t my son speak or why he sits alone. It hurts.
But I do have a dream a dream that I will see my son overcome so many things. If I list each and ever one, I won’t have enough space. I know it won’t be easy and won’t be fast but we will make it happen. At his time. Not mine or the teachers. We will walk down this road together. Though rain and wind no matter what will appear in this road we will keep walking to see that dream come true.
And it will.
Because after every storm the sun will come out and shine on your face. I will see that dream come true.