Month: November 2013

Thanksgivakkuh by Serenity Gordon


Serenity writes: This year Hanukkah falls on Thanksgiving for the first time since 1888. It won’t happen again until 70,000 + years from now. So this Thanksgivakkuh is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Hanukkah is a minor Jewish holiday.  Although it is often compared to Christmas, the meaning is actually much more  complementary to the meaning of …

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Seeking the Light by Nancy Jewel Poer


Many of you know that Nancy Poer, one of our beloved mentors from Rudolf Steiner College, is recovering from open-heart surgery at their White Feather Ranch, north of Fair Oaks.  Unable to present at the recent early childhood conference at RSC, she put in a “cameo appearance” and circulated her inspiring words on “Seeking the …

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