This morning I have been thinking more about just this topic but as a parent at home. I believe in understanding what may be the ideal way to do things and then fitting them in realistically in our lives the best I can. Sometimes these ideals may seem daunting and unattainable, but simply setting our intention is a powerful thing. Sometimes what happens is we set an intention and then feel guilt that we weren’t able to fulfill it - but let’s not do that! Let’s try to make simple adjustments to small parts of our day at first.
Please read the full article below. Let me know what you might do just a little differently in your day!
“In all aspects, an important requirement of a Waldorf teacher is that her actions be worthy of imitation and filled with purposeful joy. The care with which an item is placed on a shelf, a door closed, or a chair moved is noticed and replicated by our young students. We must be consciously aware of the quality of our movements, for whether we like it or not, we will see the children mirror for us what we have presented to them as it emerges in their actions and play.”
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