“The Challenge of Rudolf Steiner,” Part B, will be shown this Friday, August 12th at 6:30pm at Suncoast Waldorf School in the eurythmy room. This half of the film is one hour and 45 minutes. Those who attended last Friday’s showing of this exceptional documentary had high praises for it. It was a relaxing and fun evening for everyone. You do not need to have seen Part A in order to enjoy Part B! A great way to enjoy Friday night together!
Part B includes segments on Anthroposophical work in prisons, craft work at a place called Rushkin Mill, biographical counseling, more on Steiner’s life, a Waldorf school in India, Waldorf in the Hawthorne Valley school, an interview with Dennis Klocek who teaches Goethean science at Rudolf Steiner College, biodynamic wine, Copake, a Camphill Village in New York, an interview with Waldorf teacher, Jack Petrash, a segment on economics and banking and a section on Anthroposophical medicine.
In all of these endeavors, one can sense the spiritual light that shines through the individuals involved in the work to which they have been called. It is this permeation of the material world by the spiritual world that sets this work and these individuals apart and gives hope and inspiration to all of us that, truly, the world can be a better place through such work.
Bring your own beach chair or cushion (or you may take a chair from the faculty room). Bring your own beverage and enjoy the free organic, buttered popcorn that will be provided. Please RSVP if you need child care so that our child care providers are well prepared.
Hope to see you there.