Romanzo, febbraio 2000
Pubblicato con lo pseudonimo Chandra (che in sanscrito significa Luna) questo romanzo racconta un dialogo interiore che sviluppa il proprio percorso più profondo fra le strade maleodoranti di Delhi, le acque torbide del Gange e le toccanti, reali ed alquanto sconvolgenti Verità da sempre nascoste.
The Kabbalistic Tree of Life is the symbol of a Universe where everything is permeated and inhabited by God, steeped in His total Being. It is the ultimate representation of God living in, and through, His whole creation.
It is an instrument that helps us channel our spirituality: by meditating on this wonderful glyph, studying it, gaining deeper knowledge about it, and finally tasting its Fruits, we attain balance, harmony and love, the very sap of Cosmic Life.
Published under the pseudonym Chandra (meaning “Moon” in Sanscrit), this novel is an inner dialogue that unravels along the foul-smelling streets of Delhi, the murky waters of the Ganges, and the winding path of touchingly real, and rather disturbing, ever-hidden Truths.
Myriam’s journey unravels in the meanders of memories shattered by emotions, in the pages of this diary written on “a threepenny notebook”, in search of her inner self and true being.