During Minister Farrakhan’s Address at The Million Man March, he outlined Eight Principle Steps in the Atonement Process. Simply stated, they are as follows: http://store.finalcall.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=HLF960514DVD
1. Point out the wrong....the first stage is the most difficult of all because when we are wrong and we are not aware of it.someone has to point out the wrong.
2. Acknowledge the wrong...So in this context, the word acknowledge means to the truth of the fact that we have been wrong.
3. Confess the Fault...First you confess the fault to Allah (God),and then to the person or persons whom your fault has ill effected
4. Repent....means feeling contrition or self-reproach for what one has done or failed to do.
5. Atone...means we must be willing to do something in expiation of our sins.
6. Forgiveness...means to cease to feel offense and resentment against another for the harm done by an offender.It means to wipe the slate clean.
7. Reconcile and Restore...means to resolve differences and to establish or re-establish a close relationship between previously divided persons.
8. Perfect Union with God...the result of completing the atonement process is achieving the perfect union with Allah (God) who is the best at guiding us to freedom.
When these Eight Principle Steps are put into practice, it will bring about a Healing on our Planet and open up the Way to a Culture of World Peace based on genuine love and Forgiveness. These Eight Steps embrace the Sounding of the A-Tone of the New Cultural Revolution...to read more please go to WEB POSTED 04-23-2002
Dec. 03, 2020
(This show was previously recorded on November 6,2020). Dr. E. Faye Williams, Chuck Hicks and Brother Uhuru were all part of the historic Million Man March October 16, 1995. They talked about the historic significance of VP Candidate Kamala Harris and many unknown facts about her.
Louis Farrakhan's Million-Man Pledge
Text of the pledge that Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan asked black men to take during the Million Man March in Washington on Monday:
I PLEDGE that from this day forward I will strive to love my brother as I love myself. I, from this day forward, will strive to improve myself spiritually, morally, mentally, socially, politically, and economically for the benefit of myself, my family, and my people. I pledge that I will strive to build business, build houses, build hospitals, build factories, and enter into international trade for the good of myself, my family, and my people.
I pledge that from this day forward I will never raise my hand with a knife or a gun to beat, cut, or shoot any member of my family or any human being except in self-defense. I pledge from this day forward I will never abuse my wife by striking her, disrespecting her, for she is the mother of my children and the producer of my future. I pledge that from this day forward I will never engage in the abuse of children, little boys or little girls for sexual gratification. For I will let them grow in peace to be strong men and women for the future of our people.
I will never again use the "b word" to describe any female. But particularly my own black sister. I pledge from this day forward that I will not poison my body with drugs or that which is destructive to my health and my well-being.
I pledge from this day forward I will support black newspapers, black radio, black television. I will support black artists who clean up their acts to show respect for themselves and respect for their people and respect for the ears of the human family. I will do all of this, so help me God.