Magritte said it: “Cesi n’est pas une pipe”
voila, that’s it: ma chapelle n’est pas une chapelle

careful: she might be a wolf in sheep’s clothing

[…]

Of course ‘ma chapelle’ is all about religion
if you explain the word ‘religion’ with the meaning ‘to connect’.
But to what? To whom?

In this case very simple: to an empty space,
surrounded by sheep wool

I think it’s quite brave
to step into a knitted chapel inda midst of a busy office
to ‘freeze’ your important time for just a short ‘empty’ moment.

Yes,
take some time off.
make a funny move in all this speediness of yours
in order to follow your dream.

Come on, step inside her.
All she maybe asks of you is ‘stop thinking & start breathing’.
All she asks is to connect with her, for just a short time

[listen how she whispers
…careful, she tries to seduce ya…]

“b e   w i t h   m e”

This is my idea of religion:
to connect with ‘The Other’

we have no idea what will happen next
I like that Open Space

What ever happens over there is happening in your own mind
she is nothing but knitted sheep wool in the shape of a chapel
you are confronted with the content of your heart, mind & soul
don’t blame her if you don’t like what you see in there

so
maybe
in the end
this soft&gentle looking chapel is not so friendly after all

she is a fierce lady
confronting you
with the quality of your own state of being

in that way she’s quite a bitch
maybe that’s why talking about her
is much more easier and safe
than going in her

[…]

so of you go now
go
step into the loving arms of sheep wool