Tribute To Douglas Williams

20 Jun

This is a Tribute to a kind hearted Warrior Spirit. A Brother and Friend to many. A man who knew the true value of community empowerment. Ancestor Douglas Williams, ascended master, we salute you.

Douglas was a regular supporter of our work here at Blue Water Family: he was the brother of ceremonies at many of the events and radio host to our international guest speaker Dr Charles S. Finch III.

We send condolences to his family and loved ones. In honour of his memory we have compiled a few of the testimonials which he gave after attending our gatherings. We have also included his interview with Dr Charles S. Finch III. Those who knew him would have heard a number of his favourite catch phrases. We have included some of them.

December Solstice 2015 

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Spring 2016 Find Your Voice inner view with Brother Douglas: exploring the contributions of Dr Charles S. Finch III and his studies on all aspects of life and finding a unity between Historical, Spiritual, Political, Psychological and Cultural awareness.

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June Solstice 2016 

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Douglas Williams Radio Presenter and Events Organiser

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β€œAttending a Blue Water Family event is like being carried along on a calm sea of information, knowledge of self and the universe. There is a warm feeling of togetherness and relaxation whilst you are there and you take away many things to think about.” Douglas Williams Find Your Voice [Community engagement forum]

Rest in Perfect Peace From Amunet and Members of Blue Water Family.

β€œDougie thanks for educating the Afrikan community supporting my yoga teaching and giving us a voice β€œ SisTAR imani 

β€œBrother Dougie is a beautiful soul. Always had time for people… showed genuine concern and care for our community. He will be, sadly missed and lovingly remembered. R.I.P. Beloved.” Sista Maxine 

β€œI met ‘Dougie’ just under 10 years ago. I understood his reach was wide, with over 3 decades of friendship and guidance for many members of the community. He supported and promoted many positive activities and events that I personally attended and helped to organise. Transcending “group politics”, Dougie was definitely someone we can call a bridge between different organisations. I sensed a seriousness about him, though he always greeted people with a smile.  May his example continue to live-on in us, as his soul holds a seat among the others who worked and lived for our people.
Salute, Uncle.”
D.

β€œBrother Dougie joins a long list of community activists whose departure enriches the ancestral realm while we remain the poorer. One of his most remarkable achievements, I remember in recent times, is his successful campaign in opposing the turning of Body Music premises next to Seven Sisters tube station, into a betting shop. The premises now occupied by Costa, the coffee shop, serving the local community better, should encourage us all as to how successful petitioning of local authorities results in them using their powers more responsibly, for community development. R.I.P Dougie” Emmanuel Amevor 

Catch Phrases by Douglas

β€œWater is like God…”

β€œThe whole thing about health…”

“Alright then…”

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