November 2015 Newsletter

November 2015 Newsletter (PDF)

Carolina Allen, Eugene, OR

In this issue:

  • A study of Gratitude:
    Cicero is often quoted as saying that gratitude is not only the greatest virtue, it is the parent of all the others. I have pondered for many years the question: How might gratitude lead to other virtues? And so, for this Thanksgiving Issue, I was inspired to investigate some of what what Rudolf Steiner has said on the subject. Many of his references to gratitude are in lectures about education, and the importance of and methods for cultivating gratitude in children at an early age. Other references relate to our relationship with the dead, and to our relationship to our karma. In this issue I have included several passages from Dr. Steiner and a few from other sources, which I hope you will find enlivening.   ~ VH
  • Save the Dates (More in Calendar):
    November 2, All Souls Observance;
    Nov. 29, Dec. 6, 13, 20, Advent Observances;
    Dec. 26-Jan. 6, Holy Nights Observances
  • Carolina Allen:  Works on Paper; Exhibit at Cedarwood Waldorf School, opening reception Nov. 12, 5:30-7:30 pm, artist talk 6:00 pm
  • Rudolf Steiner Festivals Quote

  • Calendar of the Soul Verses, September 27 – October 31.  Paraphrase by Owen Barfield.
  • Here Come the Holy Nights Readings by Tom Klein
    Please volunteer your home – we’d love to come visit you!
  • Calendar & Ongoing Local Activities & Study Groups

  • Sponsors Page: Many thanks to those businesses in our community who help to underwrite our newsletter.  Ad spaces are currently available.
  • Fliers:
    • All Souls Observance, Monday, Nov. 2, 7:30 pm
    • Carolina Allen: Works on Paper, Nov. 12, 5:30-7:30 pm, artist talk 6:00 pm
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