Dr. Muhammad i love and miss you tremendously.
i honor you, standing on your shoulders, taking my blessings for granted not.
it is you and honorable men like you---those fully committed to the truth and fearless with their sharing of it; that strengthen me and my resolve daily.
my understanding of what black manhood is supposed to look like:
loves, appreciates, and dies for the well-being of black women and children
protective- places nothing over the best interests of black women and children
of strong character
a partial list for sure.
one that i know as a result of being blessed by you and your journey. i have seen authentic black men therefore counterfeit ones are unacceptable. i love you more than these words can convey.
i have faith that there are more black men like you here even now...i will not give up on us.
when your voice goes silent Dr. Muhammad, the tears fall. i love you. i will always honor you because you honored me and always addressed me, respectfully, as a black woman in your balanced teachings. thank you. it was you and those like you that taught me the importance of...
...SELF LOVE~SELF ACCEPTANCE~SELF RESPECT