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[anthroposophy_tomorrow] Celebrating Rudolf Steiner's Deat Day

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  • Frank Smith
    Tom Mellett wrote: Can t you just picture it at the end of the 3rd millennium when, there will emerge a vast spidery web of Waldorf Schools worldwide, each
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      Tom Mellett wrote:

      "Can't you just picture it at the end of the 3rd
      millennium when,
      there will emerge a vast spidery web of Waldorf
      Schools worldwide,
      each one named for the love of Pete, like, for
      example, the West
      Coast Nebraska Pete Karaiskos Waldorf School, where
      you will find
      such erstwhile maggots as Mr. Dan Dugan taking the 1st
      grade class,
      Mr. Peter Staudenmeier as a kindergarten teacher; Lady
      Diana as
      faculty chair, etc., and of course, the former flies
      of the 21st
      century will be reincarnated as their eager students:
      Dottie,
      Bradford, Frank, JoAnn, Deborah, Joel, engemi, the
      whole motley crew!"

      Our chronicler modestly left himself out of the
      scenario, so I’ll finish it for him:
      The bell rings and the students (flies) rush out of
      the classroom with cheeks stuffed with peanut butter.
      The teachers (maggots) fold their arms cross-wise over
      their chests and solemnly follow brother Meierstauden
      out of the classroom, walk in a single file up to a
      shrine in the center of the playground. On it is a
      living monument, butterly fat, shaved head, spider's
      maw, purple robes. The teachers bow before him and
      croak “TOM-MOT-MUA” in unison. The monument, disturbed
      in his meditations, nevertheless opens his cycloptic
      middle eye, belches and smiles benevolently at them.
      He is a true representative of humanity, a mixture of
      all genetic pools, races, religions and philosophies -
      and master of none.
      Frank

      Frank Thomas Smith
      http://SouthernCrossReview.org

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