And it seems heartfelt.
On one of my recent sojourns in South Georgia where lack of cable or satellite compels me to turn to PBS, I watched Eyes On The Prize. It was followed by an interview with Lewis. The most compelling stories are one's own and few hold a dim candle to Lewis'.
He has always been my hero. He is one of Atlanta's great men. In a city that continually struggles to redefine itself, he is a treasure that remains constant.
But he is still a man. And he made a mistake. And he is now making amends.
Time to move on to better things.