The Annunciation: The Angel Gabriel By Gaudenzio Ferrari (before 1511) – The National Gallery, London.
“People like to be around those who give off Positive Energy.”
– Erin Heatherton
It’s the 1st of May, a delightful free-from-work Monday for the majority of people all across the globe – the Sun is casting its brilliance on national barbecues frying traditional sausages all over Romania (also known as “littles” lol), adding a touch of Gold to the working men off duty plastic bottled aNapobeers.
As much as I would like to keep it simple (and I don’t), the socialist meaning of such an important feast does not comfort me, therefore I did a little side-searching on the elevated spiritual significance of this day to comfort my thirst for Art and Beauty.
Of course, the results of my search are much more appealing than your barbecue (d/g)rill, “Seek and you will Find” – thanks to God – I didn’t necessarily want to conform to the sausage inauguration today, instead I went with the Wiki flow and honor May Day as the popular secular celebration it has become since pre-Christianity, celebrating the traditional Crowning of the Queen of May (yes, that is definitely proper information for me!)