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General Secretary Report April 2018

A snowy landscape greeted me on my arrival in Switzerland, a surprise after the warm days of early spring. It was only a few days before it began to melt and with its departure the plants bent low...

HAVING A VOICE AT THE AGM

Every year at the Goetheanum Annual General Meeting, members are invited to vote on motions, the catch is that it is only possible to vote when you attend the AGM. For most members living in...

Greetings from Virginia Sease

Dear Friends, Some friends have asked how they may stay in contact with me in view of some of the changes which have occurred in my work at the Goetheanum. It seems appropriate to answer these...

An Update From Waiheke School

On May of 2017 a very special thing happened - after 2 years of hard work and many trials and disappointments we opened the doors of our fledgling school on Waiheke Island.  By far the biggest...

Meeting of the Council – Report

The first 2018 meeting of the Anthroposophical Society New Zealand Council was held in Hawke’s Bay on 8-9 February. On the Thursday evening 15 Hawke’s Bay members joined Council members at...

A week in Dornach

A report on important matters at the Goetheanum - 27 March 2018 As the plane came into its landing flight, the pilot announced ‘It’s 8am and light snow is falling in Zurich’. A few hours...

The 3rd Life Age: GIFTS AND CHALLENGES

Words from Karl-Heinz Finke Quite often the aging of our population is seen as a burden. But what are the gifts? What is the meaning of reaching an average of 84 years in first world...