Greetings, beloved souls,
Today, let us gather in the embrace of sacred wisdom, celebrating the profound essence of motherhood—the cradle of life, the wellspring of knowledge, and the nucleus of healing. As mothers, we are bestowed with a divine responsibility, for we are the first teachers, the ones who shape the worldviews and destinies of those we bring forth.
In the heart of every mother, there resides an unparalleled power—an oracle of intuition and understanding that connects us to the cosmos. Our roles extend beyond mere caretakers; we are the healers, the architects of love and strength that shape the foundation of our families and communities.
As women, as mothers, our journey to healing is intertwined with our capacity to heal. We cannot pour from an empty vessel, and thus it becomes imperative that we seek restoration for ourselves. For in our healing, we uncover the hidden wellspring of wisdom that flows through generations, a legacy of strength that shapes the world.
In the pursuit of healing, we uncover the profound reality that the Black man’s awakening is intrinsically tied to our own. Master Fard Muhammad’s divine presence illuminated the path, raising up visionaries like the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. These teachings echo the eternal truth that the Black woman is the cornerstone, the oracle through which divine knowledge flows.
Regardless of one’s beliefs, this truth remains constant: love and respect for the Black woman are vital. Ephesians speaks to us, urging the recognition that love should echo the divine love that guides the universe. In this realization, we uncover our intrinsic value, not just as women, but as goddesses, as nurturers, as mothers who shape the world with our very essence.
To the Black man, we extend an invitation to awaken to this reality, to grasp the potent truth that we are co-creators of destiny. In our unity, we form an unbreakable bond, a dance of energy that ignites the world with light. We, as sisters, hold our heads high, embodying the teachings of the MGT-GCC class that empower us to be living vessels of truth and grace.
In the sacred classroom of life, we have been given our assignments—our purpose, our mission. As we keep these assignments at the forefront of our minds, walking steadfast in our dean, we transcend the mundane, the trivial, and the temporary. We step into the realm of the divine, the realm where Allah’s promises find their fulfillment.
Dear sisters, dear mothers, let us make Allah sufficient. Let us embrace our roles as healers, as educators, and as the keepers of sacred wisdom. May our homes be imbued with the resonance of love, and our communities be nurtured by our strength. For in embracing the sacredness of motherhood, we honor the very essence of life itself.
With love and empowerment, Sapphira Omar