Malcolm X quote about strength from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Even Samson, the world's strongest man, was destroyed by the woman who slept in his arms. She was the one whose words hurt him.
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Quotes by Malcolm X · Quotes from The Autobiography of Malcolm X · Quotes about strength · Quotes about words · Quotes about man · Quotes about woman

Even Samson, the world's strongest man, was destroyed by the woman who slept in his arms. She was the one whose words hurt him.

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Malcolm X quote about strength from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Even Samson, the world's strongest man, was destroyed by the woman who slept in his arms. She was the one whose words hurt him.
Malcolm X quote about strength from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Even Samson, the world's strongest man, was destroyed by the woman who slept in his arms. She was the one whose words hurt him.
Malcolm X quote about strength from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Even Samson, the world's strongest man, was destroyed by the woman who slept in his arms. She was the one whose words hurt him.
Malcolm X quote about strength from The Autobiography of Malcolm X (1965) - Even Samson, the world's strongest man, was destroyed by the woman who slept in his arms. She was the one whose words hurt him.