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Oscar Wilde and Martin Luther King: "Life is never fair"

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  1. Oscar Wilde's quote
  2. Martin Luther King's letter

Oscar Wilde once wrote "Life is never fair And perhaps it is a good thing for most of us that it is not." With this quote, Wilde meant to suggest that a life that is "fair" may become too boring, predictable, and simply bland. Often, the unfairness in life is what makes our blood boil, it makes us excited, it makes us passionate, and it often brings out our best. In the case of Martin Luther King, who wrote "Letter from a Birmingham Jail", it was the unfairness of segregation that allowed King to express his views and bring out his best.

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