I’m writing this, on the 4th of July 2010. That we–the public–should be learning the wisdom deeper that came from God, Himself, the Supreme Being and given to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, who made it very clear and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan who continues to make it very clear.
This world is ending right now, but we can be given a little time if the wicked heed Minister Farrakhan’s words.
Again, his wisdom comes from the Honorable Elijah Muhammad that comes from God in the person of Master Fard Muhammad who came into the United States of America and proved/gave it and left that overwhelming proof.
Minister Farrakhan has given all of it over and over and over and over and again and again and again. And he has made it very public the world over.
Then the Honorable Elijah Muhammad departed to be with Master Fard Muhammad in 1975. He has departed to Him who raised him, in 1931. He made that very clear to some before he departed in 1975, for supreme reasons and for skillful, excellent, wise–supreme reasons.
The Honorable Elijah Muhammad put the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, in a special place, over the Nation of Islam before he departed. He made that move, in different wise ways.
Then, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan arose September 1977 and then he continued to rise and rise, and rise, and rise, and then he heard the voice of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and he continues to rise with more power.
Among the things, Minister Farrakhan did, was publish books. He has published the Honorable Elijah Muhammad’s wisdom. Look at The Final Call newspaper that the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan published. He made that very public all over the earth!
Minister Farrakhan is easy to look at, listen to and to understand.
Look at his words in the face of the most powerful enemies on earth against truth. Can they handle truth, at all? They should bow down to truth and dialogue with him or go to … .
One of the outstanding qualities in Minister Farrakhan’s heart is the nature of the quality–and the depth–of his love, both for the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and Black people and others. It is a created love; created by Allah as He prepared this Brother for the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and for–us!
The nature of the love in this “modern” Paul for Black people is of the same quality out of which the heart of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad was formed.
In the spring of 1956, coming from work, I heard the Honorable Elijah Muhammad say on a tape recorded radio program, “An envious person is the worst kind of person because he will kill you.”
What was it about envy that caused these words? There are many people envious of Minister Farrakhan, but they cover it with slime that looks like truth. I wondered over the depth of these words because many murder for many different reasons.
What is it about envy that caused these words–even NOW, at the end of time.
A person can look into your face, while planning your death, in a manner that covers himself. But Allah sees it all.
Envy is the main evil quality that blocks any otherwise good mind from seeing the divine significance in the mission and message of Minister Louis Farrakhan. Minister Farrakhan has crisscrossed America over and over for decades, while delivering the knowledge of the meaning and message of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, in an astounding manner.
He has done this accurately and consistently. The reaction of the overwhelming majority to his presentation makes it very clear that not only is his preaching of the Final Call welcome, but it is very on time.
If this is so, and it is, what is it about envy that blocks, impedes, or blinds a person from seeing that which is not only good and timely, but good and timely in the ultimate sense in that it is divine?
What is envy? What are its roots? Why is it so destructive? Dictionaries are of little or no help in defining the state of mind and feelings that the word envy represents. If you ever probe the study of morality, you will find that the extent to which this evil, called envy, influences vital issues is generally avoided by most writers, teachers, politicians and scholars in all fields. Envy wears many faces or disguises.
I first saw this in the early 1960s.
Have you ever considered that it is all but impossible to depict a person who is posing by him or herself, in a picture, in a way that tells the viewer that the person is envious? If you were to draw an envious person, how would that person look? It is very hard to do–if not outright impossible–due to the fact that envy in a person cannot be detected apart from that person’s relation to the other that he or she envies. This is not always easy to see.
Envy is an emotion that is directed towards another. Without the other (a target, a victim) envy cannot happen. You can show fear, happiness, anger or grief with far greater ease than you can show envy, in such things as paintings or sculptures. It is no easy thing to portray the mind of a person who despises another for having a reputation, or some skill, which the person who envies may or may not lack, to some degree, but who rejoices at the other’s loss of such assets, even though that loss would not mean a gain for the person who envies.
It is fully my intention to go further into this quality, which has absolutely no redeeming features, and in no way can be a characteristic on which one can build brotherhood or sisterhood.
Let us cover much in a few words. If the bulk of the teachings of the Gospels, under the name “Jesus,” really refers to the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, and it does, how well have we learned the lessons of his mission? In essence, this is the same as asking ourselves how well we have learned the lessons God intended for us to learn through what is presented in the Bible and the Holy Qur’an.
At the root of the trouble that the “Jesus” had was envy in the hearts of those he came to uplift, according to the Gospels. According to the book of Acts, at the root of the problems Paul had was the envy of the Jews.
More next issue, Allah willing.