“Love is the greatest teacher in the world.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Love is the greatest teacher in the world. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The quote in question was from the famous Martin Luther King Jr. quote: “Love your enemies,” which was taken from the Sermon on the Mount.
The quote in question was from the famous Martin Luther King Jr. quote, “Love of my enemies is the greatest teacher in the world.
This is a quote that can be found in many of Dr. King’s works and speeches. I love the phrase “Love our enemies, pray for those who persecute us.” It’s one of my favorite quotes in all of all of his writings.
Yes, it is that famous. Dr. King said he loved his enemies, but I think he really meant it. He loved his enemies because they were the people he would most want to be with. If you want to be with them, you don’t love them; you just want to be with them.
I love that phrase. I feel the way you feel. That phrase gives me a warm feeling. Like I’m talking to a friend and I want to tell him how I’m feeling right now. I don’t think I could have said that in person, but I know I can say it in my mind and it will feel as good to me as it does to you.
I always feel like I’m talking to a friend when I tell people that I would love to be with them.
Love is a beautiful thing. I mean I love all things, but I love people more than anything. I would love to be with someone for life.
Love is not a feeling, it is a thought that can bring two people together. In the beginning of the video, Colt says that he has loved to be with women he met at parties and at bars, and he was also attracted to women he met in the army. It’s clear that he had to deal with some tough feelings at times.