My Inner Quiet

A number of years ago, my father gave me a small pendent of an anchor. I wore it on a necklace, similar to the way Christians wear crosses. I never felt comfortable wearing a cross, none of them ever felt "right" and I never had a Christian Science "cross and crown" pendent, although for a … Continue reading My Inner Quiet

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Steiner’s Verses: Mother Earth, Father Sun

The sing-song voice of Kid1 floated into the kitchen: Give thanks to the Mother Earth. Give thanks to the Father Sun. These lines were repeated a few times, and then there was a crash of blocks as they moved on to something else. I asked Kid1 about the song later and was told "we sing … Continue reading Steiner’s Verses: Mother Earth, Father Sun

Guest Post & A Few Thoughts: Principia’s Institute for the Metaphysics of Physics

The following is a guest post from regular reader and commenter realscience. If a fundamentalist Bible college were to establish an “Institute for Creation Science Studies” and use it to contort geology and paleontology in order to “prove” that the planet is only six thousand years old and life forms are the product of design, … Continue reading Guest Post & A Few Thoughts: Principia’s Institute for the Metaphysics of Physics

Christ as a “Representative of Humanity”

From "The Elephant in the Eurythmy Room, Is Waldorf Education Christian." Warren Lee Cohen, MEd. Renewal, Volume 21, Number 2, Fall/Winter 2012, pages 34-36 For Steiner, the Christ is a high cosmic being who plays a central spiritual role in the development of human consciousness and the evolution of all humanity. The Christ as a universal spirit … Continue reading Christ as a “Representative of Humanity”