So, what if one day, we all believed that our voice mattered? That we had a responsibility to use that voice for good? And, what if all of those voices became One Voice? What if One Day was Today?
In this 3 part painting, the first section represents the voice of the disabled, the elderly, the widow/poor/orphan, and the second represents the voice of the average person. Both the first and the second show individuals sitting on the same bench but not united in any other way. The third, however, represents the budding potential and desire to get up from the bench to use your voice to make one day, today.
-The Velveteen Rabbit by Margorie Williams
-The Help by Kathryn Stockett
-Sue Monk Kidd
-"One Day" by Matisyahu
-The widow, poor, and orphan