We tell and narrate tales to find ourselves in them.
We give them voice through the air we breathe, so that its frequency echoes in the one that listens.
We tell ancient and modern tales through our body and our way of expressing.
We tell from within our inside, leaving room for the emptiness so that this vacuum can express itself.
That is why we breathe the words we orally give away to whoever listen to us.
All the rest happens by itself, nobody else takes part.
Tales arise from the storyteller´s emptiness, from its zerO, which is Oxygen, and from there the tales display themselves in Orality.
From Orality, through that zerO´s Oxygen, they come back to the each one´s emptiness.
From one silence to the other, going through the teller´s voice.
Translated by Estibi Minguez