The ENFJ (Extraverted, Intuitive, Feeling, Judging) males are fascinating, unique individuals. The ENFJ personality type makes up only two percent of the overall population, and only 31 percent of ENFJ's are actually male. The purpose of this article is to help shed a little light on what this personality type is like as children.
One of the major defining moments of the American Civil Rights Movement was when Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech on the Lincoln Memorial steps on August 28, 1963. His rhetoric has continued to inspire Americans to strive toward achieving "Life, Liberty, the Pursuit of Happiness," and much more (par 4). Within his speech he skillfully used contrasting metaphors, a literary reference, a Biblical reference, and then he weaved it all together with an American patriotic song and an old Negro spiritual. King's plea was to fight with "soul force," not only for freedom but for unity, acknowledging that all people, black or white, share a common destiny (par 9).
knots were tied and then undone
He held time in his own hand,