• Between Ascension Day and Pentecoast

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    27-05-2020 8 comments

    Between Ascension Day and Pentecoast

    Between Ascension Day and Pentecost, a different theme than Corona may well be touched on, although according to the word it fits well with Pentecost. In the Apocalypse, the letter to Philadelphia says: "Behold, I am coming soon; hold what you have, that no one may take your crown. (Revelation 3:11)... read more...

  • Vermin?

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    20-05-2020 7 comments

    Vermin?

    Once (long before I was asked to give a number of seminars on this theme in Bruges) I decided to write a novel for each of the twelve worldviews — as described by Rudolf Steiner in his lectures in GA 151, Der menschliche und der kosmische Gedankeread more...

  • Learning

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    13-05-2020 14 comments

    Learning

    This time I want to take a different perspective. In the past weeks an image has been created of the human being as a being that can only defend itself passively. Keeping distance, wearing mouth caps, avoiding contact and so on. There is an attacker, and we can only meaningfully prevent our perishing by keeping that attacker at ... read more...

  • The number

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    06-05-2020 31 comments

    The number

    In the spring of 2019 I published a booklet, only in Dutch, The Secret of Number. In it, I took considerable trouble to immerse myself in the essence of number. I had to study Pythagoras, Plato and Boethius. And again I felt strongly how powerless our intellect is when compared to the insight of these ancient thinkers. Who still... read more...

  • Faith

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    29-04-2020 15 comments

    Faith

    An elderly gentleman came to the surgery in The Hague more often, and we had the opportunity to have reflections on life. He was a real estate agent by profession, was a lot older than I was, and he said: The world has become a warehouse without an emergency exit. He probably found that emergency exit by now. The question is whe... read more...