The letter Martin Luther wrote in the Birmingham Jail was moving and touching in so many ways. He told a speech from a jail cell about how living in is own skin, is wrong. That being him, was wrong. Even though that's how he was born. This Dr. Seuss quote makes a connection to this letter because he says that you shouldn't be ashamed of who you are you and you shouldn't let anybody tell you otherwise.
Dr. Seuss was a very important story teller when I was growing up. He had a lot of influence on the way I thought about things. The first time I heard him say, "Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You" made me feel like I could never be replaced and that i'm perfect the way I am. He made me believe that its okay to be in this skin, its what I was born with, it's what I am and its true.