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Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad is the Great Grandson of The Honorable Elijah Muhammad.
In a wide range discussion, we will look at The State of African American Life and the continuing issues he has with President Barak Obama. We will also discuss his work as a historian; "criminalizing blackness," how the African American people have been targeted in the criminal justice system, as a result.
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The Prophet (1923) Kahlil Gibran - read by: Ngon'e Aw
The Prophet provides timeless spiritual wisdom on a range of subjects, including giving, eating and drinking, clothes, buying and selling, crime and punishment, laws, teaching, time, pleasure, religion, death, beauty and friendship. Corresponding to each chapter are evocative drawings by Gibran himself.
Love and marriage
Foolish is the person, the prophet says, who 'would seek only love's peace and love's pleasure', for to wish this leads to less of a person, who has seen less pain but also less pure joy. The prophet says: "When love beckons to you, follow him/Though his ways are hard and steep".
We cannot wish for love to reach only a certain measure, or to presume that we can direct the way its course, "for love, if it finds you worthy, directs your course." As much as love allows for our growth, it also acts to prune us so that we grow straight and tall.
When questioned about marriage, the prophet departs from the conventional wisdom that it involves two people becoming one. A true marriage gives both people space to develop their individuality, in the same way that "the oak tree and the cypress grow not in each other's shadow".
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In this short mini-episode I will be reading from "The Prophet" by Khalil Gibran and sharing on the topic of Love.
- The Love week series continues through Valentines, every day at 10 AM central standard time.
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A Muslim gives the gift of life to one of her Christian students in a remarkable show of love, courage and example of what Islam, faith and religion are truly all about.
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