“He who goes forth in search of knowledge is considered as struggling in the Cause of Allah [God] until he returns.” ~ Hadith (saying) of Prophet Muhammad
You went to elementary school. You advanced to middle school. Then high school. Maybe college. At each stage of education, you thought, “When is it going to end?”
But guess what? It never ends.
As human beings, we are always in search of knowledge, whether we know it or not. We are always learning something new. We subconsciously study everything around us.
Our brains are like computers. They compute and input data in milliseconds then subsequently store the files, never deleting a single one.
In order to operate on a high frequency and reach our full potential, however, we cannot ingest just anything. Feeding the mind is just as important as feeding the physical body.
“‘Ye are all gods. Children of the Most High God.’ Well what is the food that Gods feed on?” the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan asked in the book “Closing the Gap.”
“They don’t feed on cheap grass. They feed on the highest wisdom that is in creation,” he said.
And what is the highest wisdom?
The highest wisdom is the wisdom of God. Feeding on the word of God fuels your mental and spiritual energy.
Everyone has been a student at some point in their lives. A student is one who studies, but what type of studies do we engage in that is more important than studying the wisdom of God?
Perfecting our understanding of what God reveals increases the level of energy,” the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan said. “Hearing it, knowing it, and believing it, is one level, but understanding it and applying it, is the highest level of activity.”
If we want to be found engaging in the highest level of activity, and if we want to increase our mental and spiritual awareness as well as our level of energy, we would find ourselves soaking in the word of God.
Because as Surah (chapter) 31 ayat 27 of the Holy Qur’an says, “. . .if all the trees in the earth were pens, and the sea with seven more seas added to it (were ink), the words of Allåh would not be exhausted.”