In the early 1920's, Kurt Hahn, a remarkable thinker and educator, perceived something missing from the lives of young people. He made it his mission to remedy that deficiency by providing the right environment and instruction to impel individuals to achieve their fullest potential. Hahn's visionary ideas are alive in the world today and in constant evolution through the experiential education programmes that are portrayed in Mark Zelinski's fifth book, "One Small Flame: Kurt Hahn's Vision Of Education." Zelinski travelled to more than 70 Round Square Schools, Outward Bound Centres and United World Colleges worldwide to capture, in photographs and words, this epic story of the human spirit at it most courageous and compassionate moments.
Round Square Patron King Constantine
and The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau
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Many years ago, a small flame was kindled by a thoughtful man. It was a tiny flame, but it burned so purely that its radiance was noticed by many other thoughtful people. Then one, who loved the darkness, felt threatened and resolved to extinguish the glow of this small fire. But the flame had already caught the wind, conveying it’s warmth and light into new lands.
(Photo by Mark Zelinski 2001 An Outward Bound Kenya expedition descending the slope of Mount Kilimanjaro).