November 2014 Newsletter

November 2014 Newsletter (PDF)

Autumn Imagination - David Newbatt

Autumn Imagination – David Newbatt

In this issue:

  • Feelings of Unity and Sentiments of Gratitude:  A Bridge to the Dead: Excerpts from a lecture by Rudolf Steiner, providing inspiration for November, the month when we especially focus on cultivating our inner gesture of gratitude.
  • Save the Dates!  All Souls, Advent, a Science Section presentation, The Christmas Imagination, Holy Nights Readings – and be sure to mark out your calendar for April!
  • Calendar of the Soul Verses for November
  • Here Come the Holy Nights:  Sign up early to host an evening, to get your choice of dates.
  • The 2014 Natural Science/Mathematics/Astronomy Section Conference:  A Path Towards Understanding the Imponderable in Nature:  Enlivening Our Understanding Through Color.  A rare opportunity for members of our local community!  And a lecture for the community by Johannes Kuhl, Colors of the Heavens: Rainbows, Halos, Dawn and Dusk.  Housing wanted for attendees.
  • Second Chance for Mystery Dramas:  For those of us who missed the incredible performances of the Mystery Dramas this summer, all is not lost.   Barbara Renold is offering an online course.
  • Cicero’s wisdom re. Gratitude
  • There is a Knighthood of the 21st Century; poem by Dr. Karl Konig
  • Marie-Laure Valandro’s Paintings, reception and talk at the Art Hall in November
  • Portland Branch CalendarCheck it out, don’t miss out!
  • Sponsors’ Page
  • Fliers:
    • All Souls Observance
    • Marie-Laure Valandro Light & Darkness Charcoal Workshop
    • Camphill Village ‘Cascadia’ Start-Up Meeting
    • Registration and Schedule for Natural Science Section Conference
    • Evil as a Challenge: A Manichaean Journey to the Heart of Our Time

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