We are going to virtually walk around in the beautiful Italian city of Rome and we will hide from the intense heat in the coolness of a church very near the central station, Termini. And that church is called Santa Maria Della Vittoria. We enter and in the back, left from us, we see a marble sculpture and it is extraordinary: it is a floating figure of a woman. Her mouth is slightly open, her eyes are closed, her head is tilted, and she looks as though she’s in some sort of agony or experiencing extreme pleasure. It’s unclear. Her clothes are flowing as though lifted by the wind, swirling and there’s one bare foot pointing to the floor. There are rays of golden beams all directed towards her from the ceiling. There’s an angel standing beside her lifting her dress and actually exposing her bosom, but only to himself, not to us, the viewers. He’s also pointing an arrow at our heart.