I use shame quotes everyday, but just in case you’re one of the people who is still stuck in the dark ages of self-awareness, here are a few that will help you open up to the truth of your existence.
All the most famous quotes in the world…
I’m not sure if you’re aware, but there are actually over 40,000 quotations in the English language. The number is even higher in other languages, and if you want to know the full list you can check out our list of shame quotes.
Here are a few you may not know about, but we’d be happy to tell you about them should you wish to.
This one from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
King was born on this date in the year 1953, but his birth and death dates are a little tricky. They are a little different in the West, and to be exact, in the United States. For instance, King’s birthday is officially celebrated on the 23rd, but in the UK, the birthday of King is celebrated on the 19th.
I think the reason for this is that in the UK, Kings own birthday is officially celebrated on the 19th. This works out to be a little tricky for the Americans, though.
In the US, Dr. King is celebrated on September 15th. In the UK, his birthday is celebrated on the 15th. But the US and UK are two different cultures. In the US, the day of Dr. King’s birth, September 15th, is celebrated as “Dr. King’s Birthday.” In the UK, it’s celebrated as “King’s Day.
I’ve heard a lot of people say that the 19th is really hard to celebrate because of the fact that that was the day King Arthur died. I’ve always thought that the 19th was the day King Arthur died because it is in the middle of the King Arthur series of stories. The 19th is the day King Arthur was born.