The Sky is Always There

The Sky is Always There

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In April 1997-98 Camilla Carr and Jon James set off as volunteers in a Ap500 Lada stacked high with toys, games, footballs, paints and a parachute. Their destination was Chechnya and their aim was to work with children who had been traumatised by war. After working for two months setting up and teaching in a rehabilitation centre and watching the children begin to smile and play again, they were kidnapped by Chechen guerrillas. There followed fourteen months of incarceration in homes that varied from a concrete box with no natural light or fresh air, to a pink trompe la oeil bedroom via a sauna and various cellars. They experienced everything from rape and mental torture to moments of compassion and kindness. They survived by using tools such as tai chi, yoga, meditation and humour; and through creating a dialogue with their captors, looking beneath their masks of fear and anger to reach the small flame of love and laughter unquenched by the demonising nature of war.We are in a small bedroom, the single sofa bed has been made up with a sheet, feather duvet and two pillows. Therea#39;s a wardrobe in front of a boarded-up window. By the bed is a table covered by a plastic cloth, grimy with dust and ancientanbsp;...


Title:The Sky is Always There
Author: Camilla Carr, Jonathan James
Publisher:Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd - 2008
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