Martin Luther King, Jr. Quote

As I look at drunkard men walking the streets of Montgomery and of other cities every day, I find myself saying, But by the grace of God, you too would be a drunkard. As I look at those who have lost balance of themselves and those who are giving their lives to a tragic life of pleasure and throwing away everything they have in riotous living, I find myself saying, But by the grace of God, I too would be here. And when you see that point, you cannot be arrogant. But you walk through life with a humility that takes away the self-centeredness that makes you a disintegrated personality.


Conquering Self-centeredness (1957)

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As I look at drunkard men walking the streets of Montgomery and of other cities every day, I find myself saying, But by the grace of God, you too...

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As I look at drunkard men walking the streets of Montgomery and of other cities every day, I find myself saying, But by the grace of God, you too...

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As I look at drunkard men walking the streets of Montgomery and of other cities every day, I find myself saying, But by the grace of God, you too...

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As I look at drunkard men walking the streets of Montgomery and of other cities every day, I find myself saying, But by the grace of God, you too...