• Epiphany

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    08-01-2020 5 comments

    Epiphany

    On January the 6th it is the day of the three kings, who come from the East and travel, guided by a star, to the West to find the 'light that everybody enlightens' there. But it is also the day of the celebration of Epiphany, of the revelation. On this day Jesus was baptized in the Jordan, and his true Being was revealed... read more...

  • Sylvester in Dornach, 1922-1923

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    01-01-2020 2 comments

    Sylvester in Dornach, 1922-1923

    Ita Wegman, who wrote down her memories of the event in her notebook in 1935:
    'You saw Dr. Steiner everywhere then; he was soon on the site, which he crossed in all directions, then he was in the carpentry workshop (Schreinerei), always with a deeply sad and earnest expression without excitement, fully a... read more...

  • A Christmas Story

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    25-12-2019 2 comments

    A Christmas Story

    A long time ago, people knew a lot more than they know now... Today's people think they are very smart and they actually are, but they don't know much. In that time, a long time ago, for example, people still knew that we are connected to God and that what they knew expanded throughout human civilization...read more...

  • Music

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    18-12-2019 1 comments

    Music

    We dive deeper into the foreboding of the Christmas mystery. The famous composers have composed music to the Credo in their masses. I remember my being deeply touched when I realized that Bach, who was not a Catholic, had written music for the credo 'Et credo (in) unam, sanctam, catholicam et apostolicam ecclesiam&#... read more...

  • Advent

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    11-12-2019 1 comments

    Advent

    The more our mind becomes a 'computer intellect', the more difficult it becomes to perceive atmospheres related to the seasons and the annual celebrations. This intellect makes sure that the mood movements evoked by the changes in the course of the year are no longer experienced in the bright light of the day. During the... read more...