By David Oddie
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If these needs are not met then we cannot function effectively. If these needs are met then we can focus on other needs, such as safety and security. Similarly, if these needs are met, we can focus on the need for belonging, as expressed through family and intimate relationships. And so it goes on through our need for self-esteem and self-actualisation. The model implies a vertical, hierarchical structure, though Maslow himself never posited the restrictive pyramid most associated with his ideas.
D. Laing wrote in Self and Others (1961), ‘In so far as I put myself “into” what I do, I become myself through this doing’. 19 A Journey of Art and Conflict Summary of Chapter The chapter provides an outline of some formative ideas underlying the establishment of the ARROW/Indra programme. Desmond Tutu described the Truth and Reconciliation Committee in South Africa as a stage on which people shared their stories. For Tutu reconciliation is not an easy option, and reconciliation without justice is worthless.
One winter’s evening in the late sixties I had been invited to my old school to give a lecture on my experience of VSO. Giving the lecture, which was accompanied with a collection of slides, I had the sensation of reliving the Sierra Leone experience and was reminded of how grounded and indeed happy I had felt at that time. This was in contrast to the present, in which I was living a contradiction between what I thought I should be doing and my deeper intuitive need to follow my own creative though riskier path.
A Journey of Art and Conflict: Weaving Indra’s Net by David Oddie