Marjorie Spock



Average rating: 4.36 · 55 ratings · 7 reviews · 17 distinct works
Teaching as a Lively Art

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Eurythmy

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Fairy Worlds and Workers

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To Look on Earth with More ...

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Reflections on Community Bu...

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In Celebration of the Human...

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A Psychology of Body, Soul,...

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Nature of Substance: Spirit...

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The Green Snake and the Bea...

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“In a universe where all life is in movement, where ever fact seen in perspective is totally engaging, we impose stillness on lively young bodies, distort reality to dullness, make action drudgery. Those who submit - as the majority does - are conditioned to a life lived without their human birthright: work done with the joy and creativity of love.

But what are schools for if not to make children fall so deeply in love with the world that they really want to learn about it? That is the true business of schools. And if they succeed in it, all other desirable developments follow of themselves.

In a proper school, no fact would ever be presented as a soulless one, for the simple reason that there is no such thing. Every facet of reality, discovered where it lives, startles with its wonder, beauty, meaning.”
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