When they arrived in Bethlehem, the Three Wise Men had brought with them a modest boy: Raïcha who, too, had a present for the "King of the World".
It was a silk tunic with wide stripes of color that her mother, a hemp-spinner, had woven for her son. But, she told him, telling her, "This tunic has a story. Throughout my life, I met friends. They gave me the silk threads of this tunic. There they put their sorrows (...), their faith (...), their tears, all that makes "the life of men". And this present with symbolic colors will become, in the hands of Raïcha, the emblem of the condition and human values. The offering of the Poor alongside the riches brought by Gaspar, Melchior and Balthazar.