Publisher's View, Hands intelligence

What do they mean: the free intellectual life or the fundamental right to freedom of expression?

By Stefan Grosse, August 2022

When Rudolf Steiner introduced the ideas of the threefold social organism into the discussion on a new social order in 1917 – at the same time as the violent implementation of a new order in Russia – he took up the ideals of the French Revolution and specified them by assigning freedom, equality and fraternity to areas in which they each had a focus: liberty to intellectual life, equality to legal life and fraternity to economic life. [more]

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“Go forth my heart …”

By Eva Wörner, September 2021

“... and seek joy ...” - how the great hall shook when the school community sang this song on the last day before the summer holidays; full of anticipation for a time without the routine of school and full of curiosity for adventures near and far. Then, when I was home, on that day I literally let everything fall away from me. Threw my satchel into the corner – holidays at last! [more]

Publisher's View, Generations

Intense topics!?

By Hans Hutzel, August 2021

There is currently a lot of tension in the air. More than usual. How do we experience it and deal with it in a constructive way? [more]

Publisher's View, Rhythm of life

Brand and quality

By Stefan Grosse, July 2021

Since the early 1980s, Waldorf has been a registered trademark. Trademarks have a strong brand recognition value and consistent quality, the latter especially when they are located in the premium sector. [more]

Publisher's View, Teamwork

Making peace

By Nele Auschra, June 2021

“Making peace with nature” – with these four weighty words, UNEP, the United Nations Environment Programme, provided a clear direction in mid-February towards the necessary and unavoidable steps required to ensure that we have a viable future.­ [more]

Publisher's View, Birth and Spirit

The hamster wheel at rest

By Henning Kullak-Ublick, March 2021

For centuries, life in our latitudes was shaped by the recurring change of the four seasons. [more]

Publisher's View, It sings and sounds

Freedom not arbitrariness

By Henning Kullak-Ublick, February 2021

Let’s talk about freedom. There is a wonderful picture we often used in 2019 – remember that year? – to explain Waldorf 100: three Pakistani boys are balancing in their school uniforms on what remains of an emergency bridge over the brown waters of a wide and fast-flowing river which separates their village from their school. What is so compelling that they are willing to make this risky crossing twice a day? [more]

Publisher's View, Interculturality

Vaccine against distrust

By Henning Kullak-Ublick, December 2020

A virus is on the loose! Without a vaccine it makes us ill, us and our democratic culture. Its name: distrust. The USA is currently showing us how its would-be emperor with his permanent effusion of hate and resentment is quite cleverly hiding from us how naked he really is. [more]

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Wake-up call

By Henning Kullak-Ublick, September 2020

Recently, when watching an old film, I have occasionally got the feeling: “Hey, don’t you realise you’re much too close to each other and standing in too large groups? Why aren’t you paying attention?” Only then my brain gets into gear and explains to me that a) it is a historical film, i.e. made before March 2020, b) we are all still learners and therefore c) the last word has not been spoken as to where this madness begins and ends. [more]

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Listen to …

By Henning Kullak-Ublick, July 2020

Three years after his death, the album Thanks for the Dance by the Canadian poet, painter and musician Leonard Cohen was released in 2019. [more]

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