Dominion: London, England

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Ronnie Y. Bindra ©

A freshly poured espresso. Coffee has always been served  to the friends, even in the Most Great Prison.

“Husayn-Aqay-i-Tabriz- This man who was close to the Divine Threshold was the respected son of Ali-‘Askar-i-Tabrizi. Full of yearning love, he came with his father from Tabriz to Adrianople, and by his own wish, went on with joy and hope to the Most Great Prison. From the day of his arrival at the fortress of Akka he took over the coffee service, and waited upon the friends. This accomplished man was so patient, so docile, that over a forty-year period, despite extreme difficulties (for day and night, friend and stranger alike thronged the doors), he attended upon each and every one who came, faithfully helping them all.”– Abdul Baha- Memorials of the Faithful

Ronnie is founder and former co-editor of Nineteen Months
and shoots from the hip with a Nikon. Ronnie hails from London, England and falls asleep when he takes his socks off.