Waldorf worldwide, Forgiveness

Ελευθερια σ’αγαπω

By Kyra Karastogiou, Stephan Beck, February 2018

The first Greek Waldorf school has opened in Athens. [more]

Living Teachers, Forgiveness

Benjamin Büche and his angel

By Johannes Greiner, February 2018

Benjamin Büche triggered an avalanche as he was skiing down the Mittagskogel which carried him 700 metres down a rocky mountainside. [more]

Early childhood, Forgiveness

Children’s drawings. A window to the world of life forces

By Raphaela Tampe, February 2018

Children’s drawings tell the story of how children unconsciously move into their body. In drawing, the small child expresses a feeling of those forces which are active in forming the body in the first seven years. Rudolf Steiner calls these biological growth forces life or etheric forces. They build, form and penetrate the physical body and the drawings of the small child are an expression of these forces. [more]


A complicated matter

By Andreas Laudert, February 2018

Only the individual can forgive. It is something that touches on and is needed by the spiritual. In forgiving, I grow beyond myself and open myself to the future. [more]


There’s nothing to forgive

By Alexandra Handwerk, February 2018

Assigning fault in everyday life is misplaced. [more]


Not pardoning – understanding one another

By Mariana Kretschmer, February 2018

Leonard has torn off the headscarf off a fellow pupil. It gave her a shock because wearing a headscarf is important to her and she does not want to show her hair openly. Leonard had just had an argument with his teacher. [more]

Waldorf worldwide, Fear

What effect does artificial light have on our children?

By Uwe Geier, January 2018

The possible ways of using artificial light are rapidly changing at the moment. So-called LEDs (light emitting diodes) are increasingly being utilised and are replacing the light bulbs currently in use. LEDs are attractive because of their low energy consumption and versatility. The EU is aiming to ban the production and marketing of light bulbs which have a higher energy consumption than LEDs. [more]


“Fear eats the soul” and nourishes the I

By Wolf-Ulrich Klünker, January 2018

Fear occurs when something is no longer perceived as self-evident in our emotional experience. Yet where such ordinary experience comes to an end in our life, the I can develop its individuality – but “painfully” and by passing through fear. That is why the title of Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s film, Fear eats the soul (1974), which refers to a Native American tradition, must be extended: fear is a kind of sensory organ relating to the future. [more]


Without fear we would be worse off

By Henning Köhler, January 2018

Every development invariably goes through crises of fear and anxiety. Hence it makes no sense if we declare fear and anxiety to be our enemies. But learning to know their various aspects in order to be able to handle them better, perhaps grow through them, is helpful.  [more]

Men & Machine

Trans- und posthumanist fantasies

By Edwin Hübner, December 2017

The transhumanists are telling a kind of religious salvation story in the guise of IT concepts. The question what it means to be human is taking on an existential dimension. In Waldorf education we have to confront the abolition of the human being. [more]

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