Martin luther king 150 success does not consist in

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One who condones evils is just as guilty as the one who perpetrates it. Martin Luther King 150. Success does not consist in never making blunders, but in never making the same one a second time. Josh Billings – This quote is my favorite for many reasons. I truly believe that no human being is perfect. Everyone makes mistakes and I think that everybody should get a second chance. Also, to be successful in life you can’t just make mistakes but you have to learn from them, therefore; you can only make the same mistake once. I have learned a lot from this project and this class. Over the course of the year I have learned how to refine my writing and research skills so I can become a more sophisticated writer as well as a more sophisticated person. This project especially allowed me to get some very wise advice from people who I would have never met. They may have died many years ago but their words of wisdom still help me today.
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