This monologue was recited allowed to the guests before entering the gallery, setting the mood for the upcoming experience.
“You enter from the East where it all begins. Now listen carefully to the tale of a window, whose view resounds in her memory.”
“I’ll send you a window, by letters of truth and of warning from Ancient Days.
The window was a porthole of the ship from when I wandered as a Nomad.
We traveled to the shore of every nation, tribe, and tongue.
Holding the potential for life in our back pockets.
Heaven forbid us to fashion idols but why do we still hide them?
Throw them into the furnace; illuminate the soul, refine, and dross no more.”
“Prepare the canopy for shelter and shade, refuge and hiding
A cloud of smoke by day and a glow of flaming fire by night
Over all the glory will be a canopy. He will cover a great multitude wearing white robes and holding palm branches in their hands.”
“Now, arise and set sail…”