Tag Archives: Giovanna Alessandrini

News – Website’s update: Final greetings

Here we are with our first publication of the new year! Some days have passed since our previous release at the end of 2014 but we believe that, once you have seen what we have decided to publish for you, you will deem it to be worth. Well, what is it? Following the path “Windows unto the future” > “Revealing deceased” you will find the new page “Final greetings” (for direct access, click here).

“Hope” (Porto Ercole – Feniglia Beach, Italy - photo by G. Cheli, Samsung Nexus, 2014)Here you can find the second story of Mrs. Giovanna Alessandrini, teacher now retired and very skilled painter, that will bring us back to about ten years ago, when our protagonist used to assist an elderly lady, more than eighty years old, blind, very sick and forced on a wheelchair.

Do not miss the opportunity to follow this short story, that is really so meaningful and deeply comforting, even for those who are possibly in a period of profound personal or family suffering… Death is not the end! Love always has the last word!…

Post a comment and tell us, if you have any, similar stories, it will be a favor that you will do to all.

Enjoy the video-interview!

E.A. – V.G.

 

News – Website’s update: Continuing connections

What would be the best way of concluding this first year on-line? We have decided to publish the new sub-section “Under colors” and, within it, the new page “Continuing connections”. Its path is as follows: “Windows unto the future” > “Revealing deceased” > “Under colors” > “Continuing connections” (to directly access it, click here).

Continuing connections - Presage (Canon 5D + Canon 24-105 mm zoom, December 2014)Visit our new contents and you will be able to also enjoy the first story of a painter, Giovanna Alessandrini, that will bring us to an event she was involved in during the ‘80s. This is a somehow disturbing story and, at the same time, full of significance since it confirms once again – in case it is still necessary – that death not necessarily interrupts connections with our loved ones.

Post a comment and let us know what you think about it or, eventually, tell us your experiences.

Enjoy it!

E.A. – V.G.