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Archive 2015

Four year ago; I’ve the girls showing in a frame.

The begin of the Easter weekend, (2015) a group dancer of young children, also teenagers with a leader with an accordion.
I've asked to take a picture of the group; with pleasure
This were children of the Steiner school from Bruges, pose for a little bit Euros for the group, I've the children also given a gift.

Rudolf Steiner
"The course is not an end in itself but a means to understand the child's being, to nourish it, to fully bring to fulfilment, and heal if necessary."
Rudolf Steiner was born in 1861 in Kraljevec when Hungarian territory. He studied at the Technical University in Vienna in 1891 and his doctorate degree in philosophy in Rostock.
At a young age he had experiences of a non-physical world. By his thinking to continue to develop, he could penetrate an exact scientific way in which non-sensory reality.
What he gained insights into the content was of "anthroposophy" a science of sorts from which arose innovative movements. In addition to instruction in anthroposophy movement was also the birthplace of new medicine, curative education, agriculture, art, social studies, science and Christology.
Anthroposophy is also the source of our pedagogy. She sees the man as an individual, but also as a citizen of two worlds. Our world and society, bound in time and space, and of a much larger and freer world of the spirit. This calls for a "reconciliation". You could describe anthroposophy as a practical philosophy of life, showing how man can reconnect with themselves, with other people, and with both the visible and the invisible world.

I hope you enjoy.

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