Dear Minister Farrakhan,
You have influenced every aspect of my life that it is hard for me to pinpoint a starting place for this testimony. However, I have to start some place, so I will start with my purpose in life. It is because of you that I have discovered my purpose: which I believe is to resurrect the mentally and spiritually dead with the written word.
On Twitter you replied to a question on writer’s block, and I saved your answer because it is so profound to me as a writer. You said, “When you reach that point, stop and turn to Him Who gave you that brain to think and the hand to write, and ask Him to feed you, that you may write some more. Sometimes you’re just tired and you need to back away from something, and refresh yourself, and come back to it. May Allah bless you that whenever you have writer’s block that you will seek God, your Creator, by whatever name you call Him. The block will be removed.”
The second point I would like to mention is how your words and work with the female, teaching that we are the “Second Self of God,” has had an effect on me. I have grown up under your voice. Your teachings were probably absorbed into me when I was still in the womb of my mother. Your words about how the womb of a woman is the Workshop of God instills value in me, and your words especially in the How to Give Birth to a God series causes me to pray that in the future, I give birth to a God.
Let’s not forget about your words on education. I’ve been unable to find the lecture where you mentioned this, but in it you said that Black college students should get an education that will benefit our people. Your words connects my objectives as a writer with the struggle of Black and Brown people in the hells of America. I am determined to study Journalism so that I can better learn how I can tell the stories among our people that mainstream media rejects. Your words in “A Torchlight for America,” about how the true purpose of education is to teach us how to give proper service to the world, will go far in my psyche as I pursue my college journey later on this year.
Your words, your actions, and your example, from allowing Haiti to have pure water to resurrecting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., has touched me individually. It is because of you that I know my value as a writer, as a female, and as a life-long learner.
Thank you for being a worldwide humanitarian.
Here is a poem that sums up who exactly Louis Farrakhan is to me:
We have a man among us who is a Divine Servant of God
Allah, who came in the person of Master Fard
We have a man among us who is the representative of the Messiah
He’s a lover of truth who exposes all liars
This love, instilled in him at birth
Pointing out to Black people our divine worth
Making sacrifices and putting the needs of the people first
Giving us the knowledge of self, God, and devil
Elevating the human being to the highest level
The level of God, coming into His thinking
Exposing the wicked in high places, exposing their stink
Bringing man to the brink of perfection
Closing the Gap between man and God, giving us the connection
Fulfilling prophecy and sealing up the books
The Time and What Must be Done exposing the true crooks
Leader of the young and the old, an example for the people
He sees through falsehood, his eyes are sharper than an eagle
Opening the eyes of the blind, making the deaf to hear
Sounding the trumpet, blowing so loud you can’t mishear
Causing the dumb to speak and the lame to walk
Preparing us for the fall of this world, preparing us for the Shock
Of the Hour, leading an army, a nation
Building upon the foundation and working for the salvation
Of humanity, the greatest humanitarian you could find
Exposing the real anti-Semite and giving them a piece of his mind
In this day and time all eyes and ears should be on
this Divine Man, The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
My Picture Evolution Because Of Farrakhan: