Written by Tamala Aown
March 27th, 2014
"At 5 a.m. on Thurs., March 6, with slashed fingers and shredded forearms, I installed a sculpture of a wheelchair I fashioned to look like barbed wire on the hill leading to the chapel. With a colossal cross appearing at its peak, it quoted Stephanie Hubach: 'The antithesis of justice is oppression. It’s a harsh word for most of us, and when we think of it, we probably think of what I call "active oppression"—the intentional holding down of another through the use of power in a way that’s immoral and inequitable. But oppression can be passive as well. It involves the holding down of another through what is not done, and it’s generally a matter of neglect, which stems from ignorance or indifference.'
It remained eight hours before being mangled by the wind and Facilities."
A wee explanation: this website was created as a way to amplify the daily surprise of seeing glory in one small life. The notebook entries represented here are all selected from things actually lived and noted on paper in an effort to live the full life British educator Charlotte Mason so ably championed.
Book Of Centuries
Book Of Firsts