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Sophia Remembers, Day of the Dead
Sophia Remembers, Day of the Dead, portrays the true essence and meaning of a religious holiday which origins date back hundreds of years. In Sophia Remembers, Day of the Dead, this ancient tradition of El Día de los Muertos is expressed in its true form and substance: a day of remembrance rather than a cultural event, a spiritual observance to honor...
Sophia Remembers, Day of the Dead, portrays the true essence and meaning of a religious holiday which origins date back hundreds of years. In Sophia Remembers, Day of the Dead, this ancient tradition of El Día de los Muertos is expressed in its true form and substance: a day of remembrance rather than a cultural event, a spiritual observance to honor deceased loved ones. While the celebration of the Day of the Dead holiday grows in popularity in countries like the United States, the connotation is of a cultural festivity where the ritual of remembering the dead blends in with folk music, dances and typical food in festival-like events. For people like Sophia, however, there was nothing festive in her observance on November 2nd of each year -a solemn date on the calendar- when in the intimacy of her home she prepared with diligence and detail an almost hallow altar. Illustrated with beautiful color photographs, Sophia Remembers, Day of the Dead, brings out the authentic spirit of a day set apart to formally remember a mother, father, brother, sister, son or daughter who have died, deceased family members whose memory Sophia honored every year with devotion and earnestness. Sophia Remembers, Day of the Dead, recreates with a poetic prose a mystic atmosphere of melancholy and reverence, infused with the aroma of marigold flowers and incense.
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