After watching the Saviours Day speech, I believe Minister Farrakhan is a speaker of wisdom as well as a charismatic
religious figure. As a person raised on the Christian faith, it's always good to see someone speak so highly of Jesus and
all that he has done. He gives "facts" on which I don't know whether or not to believe but are interesting yet questionable.
Comparing himself to the sinless Savior is sort of blasphemous in my eyes but nevertheless I continued watching to see
what points these were leading up to. Also questionable, his view on music as if it couldn't be used for worship stirred me
up slightly. His gestures on being so humble and so "perfect" asking the crowd and peers on the stage if they saw him as
an unloyal, non-sinful person doesn't mean for a person to be perfect. God only knows, but nevertheless I listened on.
And the icing on the cake is the cursing he does, which as a Christian, I never saw why these worldly, emphasizing words
are necessary with a man so wise. Much respect to those of Muslim faith and Minister Farrakhan himself but I need