Turning Earth into a Paradise
Eve can be any woman; a mother, daughter, sister, lover or friend. Eve shows that
she loves herself and others around her, in freedom and equality.
Freedom and equality between women, as well as between men and women.
Because the world won’t get any better if only half of us actively participate in it.
Everyone can join in. In a playful manner, Eve questions so-called feminine and
masculine values. Because who decided that men can’t be just as empathic, caring
and sensual? And women just as decisive, independent and vigorous?
Eve won’t be able to change century-old role patterns from one day to the other, but
she enjoys inspecting them. She thereby inspires Eve’s and Adam’s worldwide to do
the same. And there’s more: Eve’s Garden offers a safe space to discover new ways
of relating to each other. To subsequently take these newly discovered ways to the
world outside of her garden.
Ways of relating that all Eve’s and Adam’s feel good about. Because they might not
be exactly the same, but they are equal. In their own ways, with each their own
qualities and challenges. And when we take a closer look we might find that they
have more similarities than differences.
And in Eve’s garden, even the snake with the apple is welcome. Because good and
evil don’t exist there. It’s up to you to decide what you feel good about. She no
longer lets herself be banned from her garden, but turns it into an experimental
garden, a place of joy. And by this she brings paradise from the garden to the world.
Despite having the looks of an angel, Eve is also a sensual and sexual being. In her
openness she shows you that also for you, there is still much to explore. And to
make this world a more paradisiacal place it is crucial that we start to understand
each other when it comes to these topics. Hence she offers a wide range of
information in a playful, sensual way.
Eve starts with a small Amsterdam garden. After she has set this up she will
continue to work on other gardens in other cities in the Netherlands. When all big
cities have been provided with a garden, she will continue her journey abroad.