Posts made in February, 2018


Migration – A Grail Journey of Our Time

, February 27, 2018

During the twelve Holy Nights, December 25th – January 6th, Regine Kurek’s art show Migration – A Grail Journey of Our Time was displayed in the Community Room at Hesperus Fellowship Village. “I would like to share with you a series of paintings that have arisen out of being touched by the current Refugee Crisis and the notion that we don’t feel comfortable with the un-familiar, such as ‘foreigners’. It really hit home for me when this ‘migration’ arrived in Canada this past year and I saw photographs of men, women and children crossing the plains of ice and snow across the 49th parallel into Canada. Being an immigrant myself, the notion of being or not being welcome in the country of choice for whatever the reason, was deeply disturbing. Also, it touched a deep cord in me to read that currently over 65 million people are seeking refuge...

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A Story of an Initiative

, February 27, 2018

The Michael Hedley Burton play This War is Not Inevitable is coming to North Vancouver on April 2, Easter Monday. It will be shown at the Waldorf School at 1:30 pm. This production is about the Threefold Social Organism or social threefolding, first conceived by Rudolf Steiner in the summer of 1917. It is a blueprint for how people can learn to live with one another without being dominated either by economic powers or the state or a collusion of the two. War does not need to happen. Social threefolding factors in a third power — the free spiritual and cultural life of citizens which can act as a wedge between the two other powers. Today people fight passionately over whether the Left or the Right is most qualified to govern. Could the answer be to take the best of both and lift this to something higher? In the...

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