ForeverMissed
"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints."
Psalm 116:15

The death of a saint of God is viewed, by God, as something special and a time of rejoicing as the saint leaves this world of sin and goes to a perfect place to be with our Lord. Just four months shy of her 80th birthday, Pastor (Mrs) EMILY OKHENREN AIG-IMOUKHUEDE was called home by the Lord peacefully in her sleep in the night of June 8, 2021 in Surrey, England.  Naturally genial, amiable and kind-hearted, Pastor Emily, as she was widely known, has had a beautiful life of service to God and humanity. She was a loving mother and grandmother who loved and served the Lord till the end. Pastor Emily retired from active life in the last one year and spent a great deal of her time with her children and grand children. Her days were filled with prayers, quiet moments, supplications, meditations and praise and worship.


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Posted by Destiny Nosakhare Osahon on July 18, 2021
In loving memory of Pst. (Mrs.) Emily Okheren Aig-Imokhuede. Forever in our hearts and thought Grandma. I'm blessed that I got to meet you Grandma. Gone but never forgotten. Rest in Peace Grandma
Posted by Pattison Boleigha on July 16, 2021
I was wondering who Aigboje's mother was until one day I met Mama at a family function. Very warm and accommodating and always smiling. Ever since every other times I met Mama, it has always been a pleasant company. Mama is gone, but she has left behind children who have truly made her proud while she lived. I know Mama is with the saints. She kept the faith and did God work's. Adieu Mama.
Posted by Lola Moore on July 16, 2021
Farewell Aunty Emily. You lived an exemplary life, a fruitful one for God. I know you are now resting peacefully at His bosom. Just as your legacy lives on, so shall you forever live on in our hearts

Farewell sweet Aunty.

- Funlola Imoukhuede Moore
Posted by Helene Imoukhuede on July 16, 2021
Those we love don't go away...they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard but always near. RIP Sister Emily. Uncle Frank and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult and sad time. We really are sorry for your loss.
Posted by Ola Daniels on July 16, 2021
Mummy Ikoyi as I fondly called you. It was a rare privilege knowing you & being so taken in as someone who’s in your level or class. Erekpitan was the one who brought me into the family & Aigboje has been a brother. Daddy a consummate gentleman.
You were a shining star & boy !!!!! You shone through the very end Mummy, I’m glad that Aig sent me the link to attend howbeit online, as I honestly didn’t know that you passed on to glory, as I’m a bit still battling with the reality of the passing on of my late wife.
Mummy you came, you saw you conquered & there lies awaiting for you is the crown of GLORY. We do love you Mummy Ikoyi, but certainly Jesus Christ loves you more. Good night Mummy rest well.
Posted by Ekiomoado Asije on July 16, 2021
Words are not enough to describe how much you will be missed Big Mummy. I pray eternity will be your gain with christ. You were always there for everyone in the best way you can. You were personal there for me. I will forever be grateful. 
Posted by Khalil Akar on July 16, 2021
Our prayers and love go out to her family and friends. May her beautiful soul rest in peace. Amen.
Posted by Remi Jibowu on July 15, 2021


Aunty Emily Aig-Imoukhuede

We will never see you smile again

Aunty Emily, we have heard, has sadly left us. It’s still hard to wrap our heads around that fact, which like a batch of well mixed cement, hardens further and further into the endless abyss of certainty. Our family’s memories of her, spanning almost seventy years( Millicent Jibowu and Aunty Emily were at Saint Anne’s school Ibadan in the 50s) will paint the full spectrum of shared moments,from her days in Ibadan with Mr and Mrs Jibowu, our late husband and father Kayode Jibowu, who was a good friend of Uncle Frank Imoukhuede at the University College Ibadan and whom Aunty went on to marry, through to the early days in Lagos in the seventies, when the families that had resulted from the Acquaintanceships of the ibadan years were fledgling and boisterous, grew and widened through the eighties when their roots found ground water, to the Nineties and noughties where young generations came to bloom and their own acquaintanceships from amongst the offspring of the initial families, matured and started to result in another new generation with the whole cycle of life starting to repeat itself. All we remember, and thoroughly thank God for, is the honest smile of a classic lady completely unafraid of expressing emotion. What a glorious role model, what a privilege that in the community that it takes to raise children, Aunty Emily played a very major part in ours. Our interactions were fleeting but always of a rich and deep quality. Earths loss is heavens gain Aunty, selfishly of course, we want you back. Alas, there’s no reset button to make that happen, so we shall never see you nor feel the warmth of your infectious smile again.
Thank you for sharing your life so unselfishly, rest in perfect peace Aunty Emily Aig Imoukhuede
Millicent, Remi, Toyin and Fola Jibowu
Posted by Omokhai Imoukhuede on July 15, 2021
My earliest memory of our dear Aunty was as a small boy in Warri when she visited my parents (Steve and Roseline Imoukhuede). There was excitement and warmth that came with her presence that was too strong to ignore.

Over the years, I would experience that same warmth, love and smile from our dear Aunty as we visited her family in Ikoyi and met at events later in life. Your life was a shining example of commitment, dedication to God and family and a keen sense of purpose. You inspired us to reach for things that others said was not possible. I am really grateful to God for your legacy and for your impact in my life. I will never forget your generosity and support to me, my siblings (during all our weddings) and my parents. 

Today, I pay tribute to an icon, a General in Gods army, an inspiration and an example of love, warmth and grace. Thank you for your selflessness, servant heart and love. We miss you but we know that you are still with us in spirit.

God bless and praying for Gods comfort on the entire family.
Posted by Kesiena Esievo on July 15, 2021
Your legacy lives on and the candle shines bright still...
Posted by Lara Kayode on July 15, 2021
Grandma Aig, ( Mumsie)
You will be sorely missed may the Lord comfort Grandpa and everyone that you left behind.

Rest In Peace Grandma until we meet to part no more.
Much lovexxx

The Kayode’s
Posted by Adedayo Oluwole on July 15, 2021
A Gentle Soul

Mummy was a gentle soul and extremely humble! She would always ask about the children. I saw her last almost a year ago in the UK, where we laughed and talked over lunch. Rest on!
Posted by LUCINDA UBULOM on July 15, 2021
Aunty Emily as I fondly call her is a woman of great Value. If I have to speak to the word Value, in respect to her person, it will require several pages. I therefore will like to summarise it in a biblical text - Romans 13: 7&8 "Give everyone what you owe him... if respect, then respect; if honor, then honor. Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another, for he who loves his fellow-man has fulfilled the law" this text I believe aptly and correctly describes Aunty Emily.

This scripture I can testify was always very visible in the life and times of Aunty Emily. Her life continues to speak to all these virtues, even as her works follow her. She was a Blessed woman filled with great humility without limitation, an exemplary Wife, Mother, Sister, Aunty and Friend. She was such a cultural woman, sweet to rise up to every occasion whether challenging or otherwise because her heart firmly trusted in Almighty God.

A practical Christian, creative and caring. May her sweet soul eternally rest in perfect peace.

Aunty Emily we love you but God loves you best.

- Dr Mrs ' Dere Awosika Mfr, mni
Posted by Fatma Othman Moma on July 15, 2021
THE FALLING OF A GENTLE AMAZON

Aunty Emily Aig-Imoukhuede who I met at the National Council of Women's Societies in 1986 in Enugu, where I was elected Assistant National Secretary, became a close sister, friend and adviser. Since then I loved her dearly and admired her in her gentle ways and forging everlasting friendships.

In 1988, when she was eleted President of the National Council of Women's Societies, I was elected the National Secretary and saved her with so much love and humility. She too showed a great love towards me and trained me so much in the community service. And this love she continued showing me till she has returned home.

All I can say today is that I miss her, but inalillahi wainailahi rajiuun; we all come from God and to him we shall return. May God give us all the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. May God in his infinite mercy rest my Auntie Emily in Perfect Peace, we shall miss you Auntie.

Arc. Fatma Othman Moma
Posted by Amaka Ifejika on July 14, 2021
TRIBUTE TO PASTOR(MRS) EMILY OKHENREN AIG-IMOUKUEDE

The news of your passing to glory came as a great shock to all and sundry. I know that, that is the way of All mortals however , I will greatly miss you.
You were a great mother to me and All who had contact with you and even those who barely knew you, pastor extraordinaire - you worked in the vine yard of God with all your might, humility persona, accommodating and always Available for use by the Lord.

During my medical treatment journey, you stood as a rock praying for me and with me. You promised all sorts of supplements when am back to the country. The COVID pandemic came and made it impossible. I promise to continue taking those supplements as suggested by you.

We chatted few days to your passing but you never showed any sign of ailment. I will surely miss that subtle voice of yours.

I know and believe you have gone to be with the Lord. What could be better than this??? A place where you will know no sorrow and the storms of life.
I will really miss you but I am confident that we would meet again on the resurrection day in the happy golden shore where there are no storms of life.

Adieu Mummy Aig like we all fondly call you!
Adieu Pastor Emily !!
Adieu Pastor Emily Okhenren Aig-Imoukuede!!!

Lovingly sent by Amaka Ifejika -
Promised Land Restoration Ministries
Posted by Samuel Oluwaloniola on July 14, 2021
LIFE IS NOT ABOUT AFFLUENCE BUT IT IS ABOUT INFLUENCE.
A LIFE WELL SPENT IS NOT NECESSARILY ABOUT POSSESSION OF WEALTH AND THE GOOD THINGS OF THIS LIFE BUT RATHER IT IS ABOUT THE ABILITY TO TOUCH LIVES AND TO ADD VALUE TO OTHER LIVES.
THESE APPEAR TO BE WHAT THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LATE PASTOR EMILY EPITOMIZED.
THANK GOD FOR YOUR LIFE.
GOODNITE MA.
OUR LOVE AND DEEP CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY.
CONTACT: MRS. EFE OLA-ADISA.

Samuel Oluwaloniola,
General Director,
Global Missions Mandate (GMM) Ministry.
Posted by Jayson Johnson-Uduomon on July 14, 2021
Big Mummy (Mummy Ikoyi), You have been a mother to all as far as I can remember as a child, my fondest memories was my childhood holidays in Ikoyi, I was the most loved by you and my cousins, I remember when I visited Kaduna in 2008, for my cousin's wedding and you up late till 12midnight waiting for me to arrive, you hugged and kissed me, you went to bed. I remember my cousin Erekpita started to remind me of my childhood. I remember the most recent was when I brought my wife, then my fiancee Julie. you fell in love with her and gave her one of your clothes. You told me that you would not accept anyone else that i brought to you. You gave me a gift of the bible and said that this is what we served in the family. You were a Rock, a shelter, a protector. I miss you Big Mummy.

Thots,
J.J (Dubai)
Posted by Abu Jimoh on July 14, 2021
Mama was a very kind and generous person that brought so many children up beside her biological ones. Her contributions to, and impacts on, humanity will live for generations to come. May the soul of our departed mother rest in peace.
Posted by Shirley Okharedia on July 14, 2021
I join Kemi and Bolaji Balogun in celebrating the beautiful memories of their mother. A great woman, mother and teacher. I knew Aunty Emily as a young child. I knew her to be a kind, warm and loving mother to her children and their friends. She was such a doting mother and a strong Christian. May her soul rest in perfect peace. May God comfort Uncle Frank as we all fondly called him and the entire family. Amen 
Posted by Adesuwa Omonuwa on July 14, 2021
I met Mrs Emily Aig-imoukhuede for the first time in 1976 through her daughter, Erekpitan. Ere had just changed over to Holy Child College Lagos from St. Anne's Ibadan and we were in Form 2, in the same set at Holy Child. We also discovered that we lived on the same street, Macdonald Road Ikoyi, so we quickly became fast friends. I got to meet her entire family and she mine. A friendship was formed that has endured the decades and often the distance of being in different continents. A testimony to my belief that the best and most enduring friendships and those formed in childhood innocence.
I naturally got to observe Ere's Mom and grew to appreciate her as a hands-on Mom who was there for all of her children in everyway possible and through every stage of their individual and collective lives. Her impact on their lives and those of people she came in contact with was indeed remarkable.
I console my dear sister Erekpitan, and her father, and siblings at this time of loss of a much-loved mother. May God keep you all and may He grant her soul eternal rest. Amen.

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Posted by Destiny Nosakhare Osahon on July 18, 2021
In loving memory of Pst. (Mrs.) Emily Okheren Aig-Imokhuede. Forever in our hearts and thought Grandma. I'm blessed that I got to meet you Grandma. Gone but never forgotten. Rest in Peace Grandma
Posted by Pattison Boleigha on July 16, 2021
I was wondering who Aigboje's mother was until one day I met Mama at a family function. Very warm and accommodating and always smiling. Ever since every other times I met Mama, it has always been a pleasant company. Mama is gone, but she has left behind children who have truly made her proud while she lived. I know Mama is with the saints. She kept the faith and did God work's. Adieu Mama.
Posted by Lola Moore on July 16, 2021
Farewell Aunty Emily. You lived an exemplary life, a fruitful one for God. I know you are now resting peacefully at His bosom. Just as your legacy lives on, so shall you forever live on in our hearts

Farewell sweet Aunty.

- Funlola Imoukhuede Moore
her Life

PASTOR EMILY OKHENREN AIG-IMOUKHUEDE (NEE IHONDE) - 27th October 1941 - 8th June 2021

"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his saints."
Psalm 116:15

The death of a saint of God is viewed, by God, as something special and a time of rejoicing as the saint leaves this world of sin and goes to a perfect place to be with our Lord. Just four months shy of her 80th birthday, Pastor (Mrs) EMILY OKHENREN AIG-IMOUKHUEDE was called home by the Lord peacefully in her sleep in the night of June 8, 2021 in Surrey, England.  Naturally genial, amiable and kind-hearted, Pastor Emily, as she was widely known, has had a beautiful life of service to God and humanity. She was a loving mother and grandmother who loved and served the Lord till the end. Pastor Emily retired from active life in the last one year and spent a great deal of her time with her children and grand children. Her days were filled with prayers, quiet moments, supplications, meditations and praise and worship.

She prayed fervently for her family, friends, the Church and Nigeria. Yes, Nigeria - the country she loved dearly and served most passionately in many capacities. Nigeria was on her mind all the time. She listened to messages from the US evangelist, Kenneth Hagin and the Singaporean Preacher, Joseph Prince. Her favourite TV programme was Fareed Zakari GPS, the Sunday talkshow hosted by the brilliant Indian-American journalist on CNN.

Birth and Early life

Pastor Emily was born on October 27, 1941 in Sabongida-Ora, now the headquarters of Owan West Local government Area of Edo State. Her parents were Chief and Mrs Mefullbode Ihonde. Her father died when she was a toddler, and her mother, a young petty trader had to raise her with her siblings. It was a fairly big family and her mother worked hard to provide material comfort and love to the family; and because she loved education and appreciated the importance of quality education, she spared no expenses in training his children. 

It was in this beautiful setting, filled with discipline, peace and love, in which Young Emily grew into a beautiful maiden. Her native name was ‘’OKHENREN’’, which means star. She sure shone like one, and grew up to be a bright shining light in her family, church and country. As a young girl, she had her early education in the community. For secondary education, she attended Anglican Girls School, Sabongida-Ora in 1952, but due to her brilliance, she gained Western Nigeria government scholarship to study at St. Anne’s School, Ibadan, an elite high school for girls in what was then a burgeoning capital of the Western Region. She was at St Anne’s from 1954 to 1958, where she obtained her GCE in Division One. With this, she enrolled in the Nigerian College of Science, Arts and Technology in 1959 and graduated in 1961 where she obtained her A Levels (Advanced Levels Certificate). As soon as she left the College, she was admitted to the University of Ibadan in 1961 (then known as University College) from where she graduated with a Second Class Upper degree in History in 1964 – a considerable achievement at the time (and even now!). She grew up in a Western Nigeria that was brimming with active, and sometimes, incendiary politics and it is no surprise that her worldview was shaped by what she experienced.

Work & Career

Upon graduation from UI at age 23, Pastor Emily followed a broad and diverse career path spanning teaching, public service, private business, art collection and social enterprise. But it was in her days in the National Council of Women Societies (NCWS) that her leadership skills, organizational talents and capacity for social mobilization were fully appreciated. She started off in the classroom as a teacher; teaching at Aunty Ayo Girls Comprehensive High School, Lagos (1964) and part-time lecturer in history at her alma mater, St Anne’s School, Ibadan (1966). In 1967 she joined the civil service as the Curator of the National Museum, Onikan, Lagos. At the museum, she introduced the use of the museum to Nigerian children. This initiative led to the establishment of the Directorate of Education in the Commission for Museums and Monuments.  She served for six years till 1973 when she resigned to pursue her passion for the arts. This also allowed her enough time to take care of her young and growing family. She started by hosting arts exhibitions at her home in Lagos. She hosted works of well-known artists like David Dale, Joshua Akande, Kolade Oshinowo, the Lijadu Sisters and Bruce Onobrakpeya and the late Chuks Anyanwu who have all turned out to become Nigerians masters. Chuks Anyanwu even lived in her family house for about a month to prepare for his display. These exhibitions were so successful that it attracted many arts aficionados, including some from the Lagos diplomatic and expatriate communities. Encouraged by the achievements of these exhibitions, Pastor Emily established an art gallery in Lagos christened Gong Gallery essentially for the promotion of Nigerian arts and artists. It was the nation’s second art gallery, and it became an instant hit among Nigerians of diverse backgrounds who had just emerged from an internecine civil war in search for a new meaning for life. The fact that her husband was also carving out a name for himself as a culture specialist in the federal bureaucracy provided the needed complementarity to her efforts.

Ever versatile, Mrs Aig-Imoukhuede also worked as a freelance journalist for Sunday Times and Daily Times, contributing articles on arts and culture. She also scripted for Voice of Nigeria and NTA on women and children issues, in addition to hosting and producing many children’s programme on TV.

In 1976, the US embassy in Lagos acknowledged Pastor Emily’s towering credentials in the arts and gave her a grant to visit the United States for the bicentennial celebrations that year. In a recently declassified diplomatic cable, the embassy described her as ‘’one of Nigeria’s leading entrepreneurs in art’’. The cable noted ‘’her educational background and her past position as curator of National Museum elevate her to unique and singularly noteworthy position in a profession where few Nigerians and fewer women are found. She is keenly intelligent, well poised and articulate. Mrs Aig-Imoukhuede is a combination of feminine charm, artistic sensitivity and business acumen. These attributes have earned her much respect in Nigerian artistic/business circles and will, if she continues, take her even further’’.

In addition to establishing a gallery, she also set up an art school and hired an Indian national as artist-in-residence. In terms of business ideas, Pastor Emily was always overflowing with many initiatives that complemented each other. To cater for the emerging middle class of the mid ‘70s, she established a business which offered packaged tours to schools and groups to foreign countries. It was an idea that was far ahead of its time! Travels and tours is now a booming subsector in the tourism area. She authored a storybook for children titled ‘’Seven Maidens and Other Stories’’ based on the stories her mother told her when she was a child.  

Little wonder the federal government soon took notice of this vivacious lady and appointed her director in many state-owned enterprises, including Nigerian Mining Corporation; Nigerian Cargo Handling Company; Warri Refining and Petro-Chemical Company Limited; National Universities Commission (NUC) and Peoples Bank Limited. In addition, she served as a foundation member of the Assessor Committee for the Nigerian National Merit Award and also sat on the Board of Kaafee Enterprises Limited and Majestic Securities Limited. She is also a member of Board of Trustees for Women and Children of Hope (HIV AIDS Support Programme), Women in Peace Initiative and Center for Africa Settlement Studies and Development in Ibadan.

One of Pastor Emily’s most prominent national assignments was her election as the President of the National Council of Women Societies in 1988. She served till 1993. She had risen through the ranks in the Council, becoming as Assistant Secretary in 1978 under the Presidency of the unforgettable Mrs Hilda Adefarasin. A federation of women’s organizations that promotes the welfare and progress of Nigerian women, NCWS is the biggest and most influential non-partisan and non-political women group in the country. In its March 1990 edition, Ebony magazine, the well known US-based African American monthly publication, carried a special section on Nigeria.  The glossy eight-page supplement, titled ‘’Nigeria: The African Giant’’, featured the nation’s economic and social panorama. Pastor Emily, then President of NCWS, was among the few Nigerians interviewed in the publication. She said in the interview: ‘’For a long time, we (Nigerian women) have been happy to be appendages to men, but we no longer want to be viewed as second-class citizens’’. It was a resounding voice of reason that reflected the ascendancy of the women folk then. The nation has just had its first female university Vice Chancellor and the first female Board Chairman of a bank. It was during her tenure as the President of NCWS that the foundation stone of the headquarters of the Council was laid in Abuja after which construction work started also during her presidency.

The welfare of women, proper child upbringing and the role of the family as the building block of the society have always been the focus of Pastor Emily’s official and Christian life.  The federal government did recognize her specialty and passion in these areas. She was appointed, at various times, as member, Child Welfare Committee of the Federal Ministry of Social Development, Youths and Sports; member, Police Community Relations Committee; Member, International Council on Women and member, the Lambo Foundation. She also served as member of SOS Children’s Village Association of Nigeria Nigerian and Member, Association of University Women. In addition, her skills in museum management were also invaluable when she was elected member of Museum Education for Africa Committee and International Councils of Museums.
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We shall never see you smile again

Shared by Remi Jibowu on July 15, 2021
Aunty Emily Aig-Imoukhuede

We will never see you smile again

Aunty Emily, we have heard, has sadly left us. It’s still hard to wrap our heads around that fact, which like a batch of well mixed cement, hardens further and further into the endless abyss of certainty. Our family’s memories of her, spanning almost seventy years( Millicent Jibowu and Aunty Emily were at Saint Anne’s school Ibadan in the 50s) will paint the full spectrum of shared moments,from her days in Ibadan with Mr and Mrs Jibowu, our late husband and father Kayode Jibowu, who was a good friend of Uncle Frank Imoukhuede at the University  College Ibadan and whom Aunty went on to marry, through to the early days in Lagos in the seventies, when the families that had resulted from the Acquaintanceships of the ibadan years were fledgling and boisterous, grew and widened through the eighties when their roots found ground water, to the Nineties and noughties where young generations came to bloom and their own acquaintanceships from amongst the offspring of the initial families, matured and started to result in another new generation with the whole cycle of life starting to repeat itself. All we remember, and thoroughly thank God for, is the honest smile of a classic lady completely unafraid of expressing emotion. What a glorious role model, what a privilege that in the community that it takes to raise children, Aunty Emily played a very major part in ours. Our interactions were fleeting but always of a rich and deep quality. Earths loss is heavens gain Aunty, selfishly of course, we want you back. Alas, there’s no reset button to make that happen, so we shall never see you nor feel the warmth of your infectious smile again. 
Thank you for sharing your life so unselfishly, rest in perfect peace Aunty Emily Aig Imoukhuede 
Millicent, Remi, Toyin and Fola Jibowu

Tribute by: Dr. Chief Mrs. Beatrice Abel Ubeku JP,MFR - On behalf of ECOWAS Delegations

Shared by Aig-Imoukhuede Family on July 11, 2021
We are all indeed pained, our Condolences on the great Loss of your Dear Mom Rev. Mrs. Emily OKEHEREN Aig-lmoukhuede and also our Sadness of our very Dear Mama, Auntie(RIP) 
Having you Mom, Mrs Emily  Aig-lmoukhuede who contributed immensely on most Women, Girls successes across and our Board of Trustees todate of The West  African Women Association National Chapter of Nigeria both Regional within ECOWAS Sub-Region of the fifteen (15) Countries. therefore join to Celebrate her numerous legacies of an ICON Glorious Exist RIP
Dr. Chief Mrs. Beatrice Abel Ubeku JP,MFR - On behalf of ECOWAS Delegations.

God bless And Strengthen you all IJN Amen.

Tribute by: Fortuna Bucknor

Shared by Aig-Imoukhuede Family on July 8, 2021
My Sister Emily Aig-Imoukhuede 
A homage from Fortuna Bucknor

How does one give honor to a person larger than life?

How does life pay tribute to a person larger than itself?

Who can discern such wisdom?

Wisdom, Arete, Sophia!

Where are all three Traits?

Help me pay tribute to my Sister Emily whose aspirations were to exude all three.

The Godly wisdom that is innocent, gentle, reasonable, peace-loving, impartial, and sincere.

Arete – the performance of excellence in all proper function and calling.

Sophia – the representation of divine wisdom and female spirit in a chaotic world seeking to plummet nature as was created by the Unknown and Unseen.

Click, …click, …click… candid camera snapshot of my Sister Emily. 

Fortuna’s selfie-reflection of her.