Feather

Feather yesithwalandwe

Brown feather with a white colour. Brown feathers are known to signify grounding, home life, and stability. It gives stability and respect. Brown feather mixed with white brings happiness and give the kind of protection that enables one to go unnoticed amidst those who would harm them. This can be related to once upon a time when Nelson Mandela was referred to as the Black Pimpernel during his involvement with the ANC’s defiance campaign against apartheid. His underground operations and escaping authorities earned him the name The Black Pimpernel. The brown feather explanation also relates to Nelson Mandela’s peace legacy that brought stability in South Africa. The Feather was given to Nelson Mandela as a symbol of his legacy. It is not clear who gave the feather to him and when.