Samuel Wright (Brother Fisher)
This is a picture with me and Father Fisher known as Samuel Wright, also known as the Binghi Man of old times. I grew up with Father Fisher all my life. When my father passed away, he was a father figure to me who I took most of my teaching from. Also, he was a man who inspired me a lot. Father Fisher represents Father Louv in livety. I know that his spirit rests with us. This is a saying that Father Fisher used to everyone that I cherish “we never come together, so we never go together. Every man has his day and every man has his time to bring out his own individual feelings.” So for me the Binghi man lives in us all and I have a lot of knowledge from him. Perfect louv until we meet again in spirit.
Let us all give thanks to our mother and father of creation.
|The pictures above are of Brother Clive, cousin of Louva Williams. He was the chef that fed us all. 'Bless with our Father who we give thee thanks for the physical meal'.
Give thanks for all the mangoes, Brother Clive.
Brother Dennis Ivy