Who said, let no man pull you so low as to hate him?

Who said, let no man pull you so low as to hate him?

MLK, MLK, MLK, MLK, MLK, MLK, MLK, MLK, MLK, MLK "Don't let any man drag you down so low that you hate him." Quote 8x10 Framed Photograph.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr was a Baptist minister who fought for civil rights in the United States. He was assassinated on April 4, 1968 at age 39 years old. This quote is from his speech "I've Been to the Mountaintop" given at Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee on April 5, 1968 just three days after he was killed.

This famous speech has been called "a tour de force of moral reasoning" and "one of the greatest speeches in American history". It has also been criticized for its use of biblical references and overly religious language.

Here are some other quotes by Dr. King:

“ I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear. I cannot bring myself to feel hatred toward my enemies.

You can never be black and hideously wounded while Martin Luther King Jr was alive.

Who said to hate yourself?

Concerning "Who Taught You to Hate Yourself?" There was one contributor. This is a brief portion from a speech delivered by Malcolm X on May 5, 1962, during the funeral ceremony for Ronald Stokes, who was assassinated by the Los Angeles Police Department. The entire speech can be found in its entirety at this link.

This short section refers to Black people saying to hate themselves.

Malcolm said that nobody taught him to hate himself. He said this in response to a question about why many White people dislike him. He went on to say that it was because he won't stand for their hatred of Black people.

He also said that they hate him because he's not a phony like other black leaders who claim to love white people but do nothing for them. Malcolm wanted Black people to see through these false prophets and follow only him. He said: "They hate me because I don't worship them no matter what they do for us. They hate me because I don't kiss their ring. They hate me because I don't play ball like most other black leaders."

In conclusion, Malcolm said that if anyone has taught Black people to hate themselves, it's White people. He said this by explaining that the only way we can get free is if we stop blaming others for our problems and take responsibility for ourselves.

Who said that it is better to offer no excuse than a bad one?

Washington, George George Washington once said, "It is better to make no apology than a terrible one." This quote has been attributed to many people over the years.

It isn't exactly clear who said this but it was probably someone important. It is found in many books and articles written about him after his death. The first known publication of this quote was in 1831 in John Quincy Adams's book Public Life of Washington.

It is possible that this quote was made up by someone else and attributed to Washington. In any case, it is interesting to see how it has been used over time to describe someone who had done nothing wrong but received a severe punishment anyway.

Was that a quote from our worst enemy?

Quotes by Michael Strahan We are our own worst adversaries. You have more self-doubt than anyone else. You can be successful if you can get over it. Michael Strahan

Worst enemies aren't best foes. You must believe in yourself to succeed. Must have faith in yourself to fail.

The worst enemy we face is indifference. Voltaire

An excuse for not learning anything: I'm too old, too young, not smart enough, stupid enough, too short, too tall, one-handed, two-handed, left-handed, right-handed, crippled, wounded, maimed, handicapped, normal. Use "I" or "we". It doesn't matter. Indifference is indifference.

Indifference is the most deadly foe. Without belief in oneself, one cannot achieve anything, nor maintain what has been achieved. One must have confidence in oneself if one is to succeed. And one must have hope; without hope, one would give up immediately. Hope is the fuel that drives us on until we reach our goals.

Looking back on my life, I realize that I've always had confidence in myself. Napoleon Hill

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