This week in our Monday morning gathering, we sang our spring songs and then John read to us two verses of the ‘Calendar of the Soul.’ In Deepak’s feature of ‘Today in History,’ he told us that in 1883 Jane Matzeliger invented the very first machine to manufacture shoes. In 1911, the very first Women’s Day appeared all over the world. Last but not least, in 1994, the largest omelet was made in Yokahama, Japan. The omelet was made with 160 eggs and it weighed 1,383 grams. After listening to Deepak’s feature, everybody shared their weekends. Then Gundula and Jeff talked about last week’s weather and John spoke to us about the stars.
In our Thursday morning College, we planned our Holy Week activities. We will listen to the tone of the day and some people will do eurythmy to the color of the day. Other activities will be egg blowing, gardening and walking. After that each workshop will give a twenty minute presentation about the day of the week. To start each afternoon, we will go to Circle Hall and watch an Easter Tableau.
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, we divided into our eurythmy, painting, reading, writing, youth group, art studio, swimming and spatial dynamics group.