Month: March 2018

Living Arts Weekly: Rebirth

April 1, 2018 The original idea of any sacred festival is to make the human being look upward from his dependence on earthly things to those things that transcend the Earth.    – Rudolf Steiner This Easter image from Mary Southard, CSJ, has always been a favorite of mine. It seems to embrace the many …

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Living Arts Weekly: Sprouting

March 25, 2108 Though I do not believe that a plant will spring up where no seed has been, I have great faith in a seed.  Convince me that you have a seed there, and I am prepared to expect wonders. –  Henry David Thoreau The seed packets are scattered across the kitchen table, their brilliant …

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Living Arts Weekly: Flowing

March 18, 2018 Those who flow as life flows know they need no other force.     ― Lao Tzu It’s maple syruping time in the northern states. The combination of cold nights followed by warmer days allows for the most generous sap flow in the sugar maples, and the syrup makers head to the woods to …

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Living Arts Weekly: Emerging

March 11, 2018 When everything seems lost, and all seems darkness, then comes new life and all that is needed.   – Joseph Campbell Welcome to our very first Living Arts Weekly blog post! The turn of the year in January brings with it new beginnings. The fresh new calendar with all those empty spaces waiting …

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