Month: September 2020

Living Arts Weekly: Apples

September 20, 2020 It is remarkable how closely the history of the apple-tree is connected with that of man.  – Henry David Thoreau, from Wild Apples: The History of the Apple Tree Ah, the apple! Is there any other fruit so widely exalted in the history of symbolism and  mythology? Apples have a prominent place …

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Living Arts Weekly: The Changing Wind

September 13, 2020 The autumn wind’s a pirate, Blustering in from sea; With a rollicking song, he sweeps along, Swaggering boist’rously.   His skin is weather-beaten; He wears a yellow sash, With a handkerchief red about his head, And a bristling black mustache.   He laughs as he storms the country, A loud laugh and …

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Living Arts Weekly: Openness

September 6, 2020 Human morality on Earth depends upon the interest one person takes in another, upon the capability to see into the other person. Those who have the gift of understanding other human beings will receive from this understanding the impulses for a social life imbued with true morality. – Rudolf Steiner (Dornach, 15 …

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