In this speech, Mr. King asks his audience, and all of us the simple question, “What Is Your Life’s Blueprint?” He asks us to reflect on our plan for our lives and gives us some pointers to begin building our blueprint, these pointers are just as valid and valuable as they are to a young person setting out to build their adult life.
He asks us to find what we will do with our lives, and then set out to excel in it, with full faith in ourselves. Not all of us can take to the streets in protest, however much we may wish we could. Not all of us can speak coherently and thoughtfully on TV, pushing viewers to question their prejudices and rethink their stances. But we all have something that is our calling, if you will. Something that is what we have chosen to do with our lives. And those skills, those abilities, can uphold us, can be used to make us allies to communities that are coming under fire.
He believed that a blueprint was vital in order to make the door of opportunities to open and thus creating a better future for ourselves. He describes a blueprint as a guide to lead us on the right path of success. Each of us is in the process of building the structure of our lives, and the question is whether you have a proper, a solid and a sound blueprint.
For every hope and dreams and goals one thing can’t miss is hard work, nothing will come right into our life juts because we wanted them, is necessary to work for them and sacrifice and be the best we can be. Whatever we decide to do, do it right and be good at it be the best, so we can be proud of the person we will become.