mario riccardo migliara
Education, Other
Natural, Tangible
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The use and costumes of sheperds, from the isles of Europe to the land of north are mainly the same. One of the culture more attached to the land and in the same time the meaning of the word "Sheperd " develop in many sense. The protectors of our Land from the ancient time when the Godness were feed by sheperds

There was a time where sheperds were considered beside God. So God deside to comunicate his will by them. Our story start from human and arrive to humans. From the ancient books of bible, the Greek Mith and all the other book we start to recognise the Sheperd as a real guide and more, following a sheperd in transumance or in a normal life we understand our land , the effort that men does forgiving us the milk and the cheese in all the form and taste we desire. We feel the smell of the grass and like frightened sheeps we discover a new sensibilisation towards our land. We listen to the story of fights against the nature opposite to them and when the fights for human rights were so important to risk life. We will found our self around a fire to share simple food by our land and like gipsies we enjoy the real of the nature around us and the comprehension that "simple is better" Mario Migliara via govone 18 milano. tel 3388491203

European Dimension

The sheperd role is like a common way of looking our land from the same point of view. From the ancient religious texts to the legends well know the sheperd is conserves and defends the land where he pass. The production of the sheperd , whatever his field is situated is a gift for us and a simbol of Europe land recognise.

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