Part III of "Archangel Michael: the Fiery Thought-King of the Universe: How Can We Know Him?"
A report published in the Summer 2013 issue of being human
What kind of Being...is the Corporation?
Some recent history of the struggle to balance a materialist science of nature with the mature fruits of the human mind and spirit
A Comment on Doris Kearns Goodwin's Team of Rivals and Lincoln, a Steven Spielberg Film
Directions in Research at the Center for Biography and Social Art
John Miller reviews "Partnerships of Hope: Building Waldorf School Communities" by Christopher Schaefer, PhD
Thoughts on the Musical and the Book by Victor Hugo
Plans and request for support!
Gayle Davis stepping down as President/CEO
Goethean Phenomenology, Art & Anthroposophy, Social Change & Anthroposophy
The outstanding documentary by Jonathan Stedall is making its way in the world; a report by the filmmaker
An article and invitation to a conversation
Overcoming the separation of the money market from the goods market
Young adult fiction comes of age: an interview with author M.A. Kirkwood
How Can We Know Him? Part II
From Anthroposophy Worldwide 2012-07
CA Proposition 37: Labeling GMO Food
Like it or not, we are closely connected to everyone on the earth – including those we disagree with – what to do?
On the 100th anniversary of his birth, those touched by a remarkable individual share their recollections.
An appreciation of the outstanding series of conference-plus-performances of Rudolf Steiner's mystery dramas, directed by Barbara Renold in Chestnut Ridge, NY
The Biodynamic Association is seeking creative, relevant and innovative research projects that will advance the understanding and practice of biodynamics..
For the recently graduated class at Eurythmy Spring Valley
In essence, how you judge will be how you are judged. Christ judges with love and implores us to do the same. That is radically different from not judging.
A fairy tale for grown-ups
An article published in JUPITER, the newsletter of the Mathematics and Astronomy Section at the Goetheanum
Color and Tone and the Cycle of the Year
Reflections on the season by a Waldorf teacher asked to speak to his colleagues...
A brief primer on "the Fed" - the basic structure of the US banking system and the nature of money and its creation...
Looking toward the conference May 11-15 in Fair Oaks, CA
Report of a 2011 Trip by ISIS to Russia
An Invitation for Human-to-Human Engagement about Social Renewal
“Hear me God, I can’t take it anymore...” -- the introduction to this new book from SteinerBooks.
Anthroposophists should be prepared to recognize and evaluate the "Occupy" phenomenon in a larger social and evolutionary context.
The first declaration of the "Occupy" movement, adopted September 29 in NYC.
Should the Occupy Wall Street movement be evolving some form of hierarchy, the better to deal with its environment?
It’s more important than ever to stay creative!