In The End, We Will Remember Not The Words Of Our Enemies

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“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” – Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968)

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3 thoughts on “In The End, We Will Remember Not The Words Of Our Enemies

  1. An old friend of my father, who happened to be black, once told me ‘Before you say anything about the way your neighbor complains of the condition of your back yard, maybe YOU should clean it up”. He said this in reference to his own people accusing whites of no trusting them. I was 12 at the time and it didn’t make sense until my mid teen years

  2. Utkalhvaidya says:

    Long live Humanity & Human ness.

  3. joan monk says:

    you know i just finished reading about Dante. I read that in his Inferno
    he referred to the greatest sins being that people do ot stand up for things
    that are right, when they should. They cower and that is the greatest sin of all. He was banished from his beloved Florence because he stood against the wrongs of the governing body there and he lost the love of his life and was sad for ever. But he believed in that you stand up for what you believe is right. and not to do so is the greatest sin of all.

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