Jeff Sessions was just confirmed as U.S. Attorney General by a vote of 52-47, despite the wide circulation of a 1986 letter from Coretta Scott King that achieved mythical status the moment Sen. Elizabeth Warren began spreading the idea that she was silenced by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to prevent her from reading it aloud.

On Wednesday, Bernice King, daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, posted to her Facebook page “some wise advice” for the resistance to follow in its battle against the Trump administration.

“Keep demonstrations peaceful” is very wise. To be honest, most of the advice King gives could apply to people on both sides of the political aisle: we’d direct the “really broken” Joss Whedon in particular to the rule, “No more helpless/hopeless talk.” Or, even better, no talk, at least for a while.

Wow, that’s almost 38,000 retweets of the screenshot so far from just one account … too bad a couple of the rules have been revised in the meantime. Oops.

King now advises members of the resistance to use Donald Trump’s name sparingly, rather than settle on “45” to refer to He Who Cannot Be Named. “I believe that everyone, regardless of their beliefs, deserves the dignity of being called by their name,” King writes.

Rule No. 4 has been polished as well: Opponents of Trump now are asked to “focus on his policies, not his appearance,” the purpose of which was defeated in the original reference to “his orange-ness and mental state.” Good move — if America will ever be a nation where people aren’t judged by the color of their skin, the people have to accept and love orange too.