Teva resumes all the good feelings and emotions one can experience in life… it means “Angel” in Cambodian, “Nature” in Hebrew and he is “the travelers protector” (I met his father traveling). He is also my son… it’s thanks to him that the word “love” has its endless sense … lit… Teva is love, happiness, innocence, spontaneity, truth. I didn’t know one could love like this in life. That one could forgive that easily to laugh right after. Teva is a tattoo on every inch of my skin. I love him just the way he says he loves me: “Mom, I love you all the way to an unknown galaxy, and inside there is another unknown galaxy.”
My word for life is Teva.
Dans une société de plus en plus individualiste, j’ai decidé de choisir le “nous”, plutôt que le “moi”. je choisis le partage, l’unité, le vivre ensemble.
[In a society increasingly individualistic, I decided to choose "we" rather than "me". I choose sharing, unity, togetherness.]