A Worth Defending By Martin Luther King

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More often than not, people underestimate what they are capable of. Great things are achieved only if one takes what they have and makes the best out of it. When people get discouraged and do not think they can handle a task, they give up and put the time and effort to waste. Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little. One could take advantage of their abilities by being brave about the decisions one makes, recognizing the potential in their ability, and never giving up. One can take advantage of their abilities by being brave. When it comes to one’s thoughts and ideas, they might not always be the most accepted thing by the rest of society, but they have to take a strong stand in what they believe in and be brave enough to share their opinion. In the “Letter from Birmingham Jail”, Martin Luther King Jr. writes “Whenever the early Christians entered a town, the people in power became disturbed and immediately sought to convict the…show more content…
Before deciding whether or not to do something, one must realize exactly how important their decision is and how much it affects the world around them. Most of the the time, it makes a huge difference because there is no decision that does not have at least the slightest significance. In “A Nation Worth Defending”, Willian J. Bennett says that” This historical ignorance is not merely of academic concern. It has real-world consequences.”, and reports that” In what was perhaps the most-striking finding, one-third said that they would evade a military draft in the war on terrorism; another third would refuse to serve abroad; and just one-third would willingly go fight overseas”, which means that people do not want to get involved in the war on terrorism even though it it’s one of the most important and impactful wars. They fail to see how their input matters, and so they decide not to do anything at
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