Editorial

Simon’s look

By Mathias Maurer, August 2016

Simon sits on his mother’s lap and is eagerly following what is happening on the stage at the monthly gathering; he watches a eurythmy piece performed by upper school pupils. This is followed by an English poem. At this point he asks quietly: “Mummy, when will the angels come back?” – “What angels?” – “The ones from before, the kings with the lovely clothes.” [more]

Editorial

Speaking role model

By Mathias Maurer, July 2016

Frederick II (1194–1250) wanted to discover the original language of humanity. The following experiment is attributed to him: he gave newborn children to nurses who fed and cared for them but did not speak to them. All the children died. [more]

Editorial

Do you believe in God?

By Mathias Maurer, June 2016

Sundays offer a special opportunity: a time for talking. [more]

Editorial

Deported

By Mathias Maurer, May 2016

Now our tiny tots have been deported full-time. Not to another country but to day-care centres, round the clock, and also at weekends. [more]

Editorial

Who seeks, finds

By Mathias Maurer, April 2016

Alcohol, drugs, the Internet and sex are its most prominent representatives. Less sensationally, there are computers, gambling or nicotine. In contrast, consumerism, caffeine, television and obsessive accumulation lead a veritable life in the shadows. [more]

Editorial

No fear

By Mathias Maurer, March 2016

It is still dark outside. The stove is roaring nicely, it is cosily warm, the table is laid and we are eating breakfast. [more]

Editorial

We are angels

By Mathias Maurer, February 2016

Overheard from the kitchen: “Then we’ll take the angel’s throne and put it on earth.” – “Why? Don’t they live in heaven?” – “St George rode on a horse and that stood on the ground!” – “And what about the others?” – “They’re already on the way.” – “Oh, I see.” [more]

Editorial

Steps

By Mathias Maurer, January 2016

Little Flo sits on the floor in the kitchen and is puzzling around with a bag of salted sticks, completely oblivious to everything around him, until he manages to tear it open. [more]

Editorial

Breathing freely

By Mathias Maurer, December 2015

The summer holidays are almost upon us. A call comes from northern Germany. K. is on the line, a highly motivated and committed class teacher taking a class for the third time round – someone who would go through fire and water for his children and, on top of everything else, still happily finds time to study Steiner texts. [more]

Editorial

Against the tide

By Mathias Maurer, November 2015

The crisis has arrived. Daniel, Waldorf school, class 8, thinks that his performance is not at the level of his pals in the state school: “They’re much further! They get marks and know exactly where they are. And why on earth do we need eurythmy for the final exams?” [more]

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