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  1. This phrase belongs to Martin Luther King , an American Baptist preacher and activist who became known as the most prominent representative and leader of the Black civil rights movement in the United States from 1954 until his death in 1968. King's statement appealed to the voice of conscience of all those who could and in his opinion should have spoken out in support of his activities, but for one reason or another did not stand up and remained silent.

  2. I understand this phrase as follows: no matter how many enemies we have, which one of them said something offensive to us and did something bad, at the end of our lives we will remember those close and dear people who did not help us, did not comfort us, left us, betrayed us, those who silently left without explanation, those whom we loved and who left us in a difficult moment.

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