For some, the table is an almost sacred place where they go not just to eat, but also socialize and party with friends. This is why sometimes the table can also be transformed into the expression and amplification of our everyday worries and social life. Here solitude, indifference, marginalization, distance or separation can often be felt. It is also necessary to know how to live with the other’s differences.
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