"The Gypsy is the highest, deepest, most aristocratic of my country, and keeping ember, the blood and the alphabet of Andalusian and universal truth." With these words, Federico García Lorca described the Gypsy culture in his famous "Gypsy Ballads' of 1928. I come to mind the words of the poet of poets today, November 22 and certainly; daily.Just as the years go by you realize that being Roma is part of a being, almost indescribable'd say. Part of an ancient voyage but here in Andalucía, we have given a new twist. Probably because the number of roms and Romis a few years of living with the Andalusians was very high, or perhaps by the very form of the Andalusian, and mixed with Arabs and Jews.It could not be otherwise. 

The nature, feel, how to live the Andalusian gypsy is without mistake what they call the "here and now". We enjoyed every second, we like the conversation with our brother spring sunshine. Family, cousins and friends. We are all one family that thrives on each.As Lorca said, the Gypsy is the most aristocratic. And while it's true. As culture continues to evolve, the artists take hold of a gypsy apex for your paintings, sculptures ... In short, artistic works. Or for music or theater. For any of the arts Gypsy is present. Present in religion, culture, politics (for some interests but sometimes only).Gypsy is Andalusia and Andalusia's gypsy from the Guadalquivir to Triana, from the Albaicin Sacromonte, from the Mosque of the courtyards, from Santiago to San Miguel, from Lebrija to Morón and Utrera to Lebrija, Cádiz, Huelva .. .. Andalucía is gypsy as Santa Justa and Rufina are two sisters. You can not understand one without the other. Today I celebrate with you. Brothers. Happy Day of the Andalusian Gypsies.
November 22, 2014.