Online Presentation by Harlan Gilbert

Feb 16, 2024 6:30PM


Front Range Anthroposophical Café, 780 Quince Circle, Boulder, CO 80304 (U.S. Mountain Time, MT)

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Despite more and more people sharing the ideal of peaceful coexistence, in sorrow we see the world being riven by war and violence. This presentation will consider:

  • Where is the world trending?
  • Is there reason for hope?
  • What part in the journey from war to peace can each of us play?
  • What is the role here of the creative source of the universe—sometimes termed the logos?

Harlan Gilbert grew up in the Chicago area. His educational journey led him through several US colleges, a Waldorf teacher training in England (Emerson College), and a eurythmy training in Switzerland. While Harlan’s early career was in computer programming and architectural design, since 1989 he has been active as a Waldorf educator, international anthroposophical lecturer, and writer. Harlan and his wife, an artist and educator, live in Chestnut Ridge, New York.

Up-Coming Café Guests
Please watch for special Saturday Cafés,
as we periodically will hear from Café Guests outside of North America!

February 23: Alice Stamm

*March 2: Anne de Wild from Switzerland (First Saturday)

March 8: Kerst de Jong

March 15: Lynn Jericho

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