He was watching a play at Ford Theatre, Abraham Lincoln the sixteenth president of the United States. He was an advocate of change, reform and wanted all people to be free. His death changed the course of our country and put us behind from a civil rights perspective for another 100 years…

You might not be President, but how are you making a difference in the world? I once heard someone say they didn’t want to change the world, they wanted to change their world. It takes courage to change your life and your world. No matter which way you look at it – the world or your world – be sure you use today, the 150th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination – April 14, 1865 –  to make some part of the world better for someone else. 

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