Aug. 13, 2017

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by Marteze Harris (author's profile)
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Why Are Great Men Forgotten
(May 23, 2013)


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Marteze Harris #161543
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Boscobel, Wisconsin 53805

Monday, July 31st, 2017 11:54p

Dear Christine,
Yes, El Hajj Malik El Shabazz, better known to the world as Malcolm X, is my hero. I wish that I could be half of the man that he was. Even though, the world loves to give all the accolades to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. Martin was a good man, too, no doubt, but for me my preference was/is Malcolm.

Again, thank you for reading my blogs. I am honored. However, as I said before, in my previous reply, a few minutes ago. I will not have a relationship with you life this. Where everything that we say to each other, can and will be there for the world to critique.

There is an old cliché, that says, "If you lost it in the fire, you'll find it in the ashes." I burned down whole we had, so many years ago, Christine, but maybe God is blessing us with the chance to find it in the ashes. Because what that is really saying is that nothing that is truly important to you can be destroyed by fire. The ashes always gives it back to you.

You have my address, and my undying love for you. I am not lost to you, my love is not lost to you. All you have to do is come to me. Until next time.




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