The final resting place of the author of the classic book Gone with the Wind.
The photos above are taken at the Ebenezer Baptist Church from where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke the words below.
“Civil Disobedience is based on a commitment to conscience. In other words one who practices civil disobedience is obedient to what he considers a higher law. There comes a time when a morel man can’t obey a law which his conscience tells him is unjust and I tell you this morning my friends, that history has moved on. Moments have often come forth because there where those individuals in every age and every generation who where willing to say I will be obedient to a higher law” -MLK
“Its important to see that there are times when a man made law is out of harmony with the moral law of the universe. There are times when human laws are out of harmony with eternal and divine laws. And when that happens you have an obligation to brake it.“ -MLK
“You must be just because its right to be just, you must be honest because it is right to be honest…Finally you must do it because it has griped you some much you that you are willing to die for it if necessary… If you have never found something so dear and so precious to you that you will die for it the your are unfit to life.” -MLK
“…You died when you refused to stand up for right, You died when you refused to stand up for truth, You Died when you refused to stand up for what is just…” -MLK
-Quotes taken for Martin Luther King Jr’s sermon “But if not “at the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia in November, 1967.