WOMEN OF S'FARAD (II)
– Village by the Sea in Lunar Rhythm
Imagine nighttime in past centuries before electricity: When only a sliver of the moon appeared on the overwhelmingly vast night sky, the darkness below was pervasive. Then, during the nights when the moon was fullest, everything but colors were visible. Life would be, intentionally or accidentally, hidden or revealed. As the moon waxed and waned there were the in-between-nights of anticipations and maybe regrets. The moon smilingly regulates ebb and flow, and with its capability to move oceans it naturally can affect ounces of fluids in our brains and bodies; long ago, when we were in tune with the elements, it gave structure to our uncertain lives.
Women of S'farad (II)