Seeds of Change

March 29, 2009

Wilhelm Schole

Filed under: Arts,Civil Society,Creativity,Democracy,Intercultural,Uncategorized — Heiner Benking @ 10:04 pm

Marilyn Wilhelm’s education philosophy is based on a holistic approach to all forms of knowledge. The arts, sciences, and humanities are woven together and related to a universal system of values, which embodies an understanding of the underlying Truth and Unity of all spiritual and intellectual traditions. It aims at creating a unified vision of the world in which we live.

The Wilhelm curriculum inculcates a deep-seated unity of conscience and brings about change and transformation. Marilyn’s ‘balanced thinking’ and ‘golden rule’ paint a pattern and process of Reason which includes fundamental, universal principles from every age, culture, and language.

Marilyn’s school is a unique and creative place of joy and play, mind and spirit, history and art, harmony, and learning in a big family.

“The foundation of the Wilhelm Scholê curriculum is based on the history of civilization, which entails a complete involvement in the arts as well as the humanities and sciences, for the arts are that incessant spiritual activity which provide an insight into mankind’s history – real history – of what we have sensed and felt and imagined and dreamed and idealized and loved…”

Website: http://wilhelmscholeinternational.com/
Marily was just invited for the United Nations Environment Day to give a lecture called Dances of Enlightenment. Have a look (Invitation2Naples).

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