Black Women : The Black Woman

Discussion in 'Black Women - Mothers - Sisters - Daughters' started by Pharaoh Jahil, Jan 16, 2005.

  1. Pharaoh Jahil

    Pharaoh Jahil Well-Known Member MEMBER

    Aug 2, 2003
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    College Student
    Mother Earth
    The Black Woman
    By the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad
    (Reprinted from "Message To The Blackman," 1965.)

    The woman is man's field to produce his nation. If he does not keep the enemy out of his field, he won't produce a good nation. If we love our vegetable crops, we will go out and turn up the leaves on that vegetable stalk and look carefully for worms that are eating and destroying the vegetables. We will kill that worm—right?

    Again, we will go out into the cotton field and look for the enemies of our cotton and try to kill that enemy. We study poisons and chemicals of the earth and we pour these chemicals on the enemies of our crops to keep the enemies from destroying them. We love a crop that we can produce every year, every season, so well that we will kill every enemy that we find seeking to destroy it.

    We will even kill one another if we find the other one out there trying to steal that crop.

    Is not your woman more valuable than that crop of corn, that crop of cotton, that crop of cabbage, potatoes, beans, tomatoes? How much more valuable is your woman than these crops, that you should keep the enemies from destroying the crop? Yet you are not careful about your women. You don't love them. Why? It is because you have allowed visitors to run in and out of your house, thus they have destroyed your love for your woman and your woman has not the love for you that she should.

    That is a good sign. Until we learn to love and protect our woman, we will never be a fit and recognized people on the earth. The White people here among you will never recognize you until you protect your woman.

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    ASHANTA Well-Known Member MEMBER

    United States
    Jan 15, 2003
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    Brooklyn N. Y.
    My brother this is such an honor, continue to teach that we man learn, our obligation as women as well as man. The hatred of self will be our own abomination. :hearts2: