Buk' e gjalp.
'The well table.
The well table is a place of remembrance where we become
conscious of who we are and who we are with. Around the
well table, all previous meals come together in every meal, in
an endless series of memories and associations.
At the well table the eater is tamed to aromas. At the well
table, we relive our youth through the recipes of the past,
the anguish from a teenage love, the sadness of the
unarticulated apology and the tears of loneliness.
At the well table, we talk about what we’ve eaten in the past
and what we’re going to eat and everything in between.
Smelling hauntingly familiar
aromas, blessing, breaking, and
giving, food is some kind of a
Think about it, the average human has about 10,000 taste buds. Visually, this dining table dominates the scene, ostensibly a symbol of cheerful life. At first glance, the act of harmoniously sharing a meal around a table suggests that characters are close-knitted and contented in each other’s company. The solidity of this realistic comfortable table set tells that the events that are about to unfold onstage are rooted in their historical moments.
At the well table we taste and consume, we eat and drink and talk and cry and argue and laugh and we kiss
Sharing Feels Good
Sharing Make Us Grateful.
Sharing Increases Trust.
Sharing Means You're Not Alone.
Sharing Makes Life Real.
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