Editorial

Itchy feet for home

By Mathias Maurer, October 2017

We’re sitting on our suitcases. The flight is delayed. A mass of people is passing through the terminals and security. The children watch the crowds. [more]

Editorial

Sex ≠ Gender

By Mathias Maurer, September 2017

I had my first gender experience at the swimming pool. [more]

Editorial

At leisure

By Mathias Maurer, August 2017

Nowadays we immediately think of idleness, inaction, loafing about and shirking. [more]

Editorial

The shadow self

By Mathias Maurer, July 2017

Attacks by hackers on institutions such as the German government, the banks, the German Association of Waldorf Schools, the publisher Verlag Freies Geistesleben and the editorial staff of Erziehungskunst have begun to increase severely. These institutions are having to take increasingly costly steps to protect themselves, and still they end up lagging behind because there is no such a thing as complete protection. [more]

Editorial

Wondrous ways

By Mathias Maurer, May 2017

“Why do we exist at all?” my youngest asked me. Another sudden, unexpected question that brings me to a standstill. [more]

Editorial

At your service!?

By Mathias Maurer, April 2017

I’ve always only really wanted to do what I want, but now I’ve got a spanner in the works: kids who always seem to get in the way. [more]

Editorial

The courage of the spirit

By Mathias Maurer, March 2017

No one disputes today that we are living in an era of social difficulties, both from a personal as well as a global perspective. [more]

Editorial

Making a friend of time

By Mathias Maurer, February 2017

We mostly experience time as a constraint, an opponent whom we run up against each day: getting up, breakfast, to work, school or kindergarten, shopping, lunch, doctor’s appointment, treatment, hobby, evening meal, house work ...  [more]

Editorial

Force majeur?

By Mathias Maurer, January 2017

Force has many faces. It can deprive us of our freedom, but also create something new and bring about change. It always – both in good and evil – crosses boundaries, be it fasting in order quite mundanely to lose a few pounds or with superior intent for divine reward. But it can quickly lose its human face when it is used as a justification and means to bring about an ideal – in extreme form for example in self-chastising bulimia or in a bomb attack. [more]

Editorial

Learning to be social

By Mathias Maurer, December 2016

People first have to learn their social skills. The young child through imitation, the school child through role models, the growing young person through ideals. [more]

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