“Our highest endeavor must be to develop free human beings who are able of themselves to impart purpose and direction to their lives. The need for imagination, a sense of truth, and a feeling of responsibility—these three forces are the very nerve of education.”
― Rudolf Steiner
The first three years may be compared to the overture of an opera, in which the main themes are sounded in the course of life and then elaborated and transformed in accordance with our destinies. It is the task of parents and teachers to become more sensitive and more attentive to what children strive to impart of their own essential being as it unfolds.
Self-Repair and Healing
Our bodies have an amazing capacity for self-repair and regeneration and healing a broken ankle or grazed knee. The power to heal exists in all of us, but few people learn how to employ, support, and harness it in times of greatest need—while fighting an illness or disease.
The Community Cooks
“This diverse assortment of tried and true recipes includes something for everyone. Among the trove of tasty treats for everyday as well as for special occasions, you will find recipes for dips that have been popular at countless family gatherings, favorite salad dressing, waffles that surpass all others, pancakes fit for a queen, Aunt Pat’s chicken dish, grandma’s meatballs, chocolate cakes good enough to auction at the next Christmas fair, and exotic recipes brought back from far away places (including a Quechuan Indian dish from Cuzco). The Temple/Wilton Community Farm Specials include inspiring dishes to use all those usual and unusual vegetables from your CSA farm share, and there is a section of fun recipes for children to make on their own.” - Susanne Bennett