بِسْــــــــــــــــــمِ اﷲِالرَّحْمَنِ اارَّحِيم


“And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.” [Bible – Genesis 2:18]

As-Salaamu ‘Alaikum Beloved Sisters,

There it is, in your Bible. Maybe you will believe me now. I try to tell every Blackwoman I run into about Islam and my blog. You would be surprised to learn how many of our young Sisters have never even heard of the term “HOMEMAKING.” They think it is actually building (making) a house. We have been so poisoned by the devil and his backwards way of living, that our own nature is foreign to us.

I run into so many of my beautiful Black little Sisters who are dead-set against becoming housewives. They have their careers chosen and this false notion of the “independent” woman in their heads. I tell them, “By all means, go to college. Get as much education as you can attain. But after you get married, you let someone else do that job and you stay at home with your babies and take care of your husband, Little Sister.” 

Those conversations can be very, very long depending on the situation. But as long as they are listening, I am going to talk to them. This is a very dire strait we are in as a Black Nation. Change begins with the individual. We have to change our own way of thinking before we can effect a change in our family, which will effect a change in the communities, cities, states, country, and ultimately, the world.

It begins with you, Sister. Read the scripture above. Allah (God) Did Not Create us to be breadwinners. He did not create us to have careers. He Created us to be an helpmate for the Blackman.

It is just that simple. If you are not living according to your reason for being then you are not being yourself and you will never find happiness nor success. Look at Oprah. She is the most “successful” Black woman in history. Is she happy? No, she’s not happy. She shows signs of discontent all the time.

Every woman is created with the yearning for a family. THAT IS WHAT WE WERE CREATED FOR. Our physical makeup is designed for motherhood. If you don’t fulfill that purpose in life, you cannot die happy.

We are not made to go out and work. Men are physically and mentally stronger than we are because they were made to rule. We are made to be their helpers. He was made to build a society for us to live in. That consists of providing a home for and supporting his family. He needs help. This “independent” woman is a cancer in the Black community. She is destroying the family, emasculating the Blackman, abandoning her own children and living in opposition to her own nature. We are created to DEPEND on our husbands (BLACKMAN). Let our men be MEN. If we are “being men” what does that leave for them. Nothing! That’s why they’re trying to be women! This devil’s world has us messed up. The only way to fix it is to Accept Our Own and Be Ourselves – RIGHTEOUS MUSLIM HOMEMAKERS.


  1. What about the women like ourselves who are unmarried and lack children. I wanted to go to college and establish a career. The right man never came along. I am very happy with my life.

    1. You are living an exemplary life, Sister. Women should definitely go to school and establish a career in fields where women are necessary. Such as medicine and education.

      However, when the right man comes along (and he will), we should allow another Sister to take our place in the professional world and we assume our wifely responsibilities in the home.

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