Seeing “Nation of Islam” in print makes some people uncomfortable 

I love reading books that have “Muhammad” on the cover, that scream “I am Black & I am proud” in the title, or that has a bold logo of The Nation of Islam on front.

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I get a kick out of reading books, while I'm traveling and purposely showing the cover to allow others to see. It's something about their discomfort of my comfortabilty that just makes me smile on the inside. 

On my way back to Chicago, I spent some time reading Let This Mind Be In You: The Master, The Messenger, The Minister by Brother Nuri Muhammad. I thank our Brother for adding the logo on the cover at the top to make it clear who he follows. I know everyone who reads the book may not be a follower of The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad. However, I am a follower and his student and am always happy to be a walking influence in this mission. 

While I know the world thinks differently I am happy to be a divergent.

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