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The Common Vision: Parenting and Educating…

The Common Vision: Parenting and Educating for Wholeness (Counterpoints,…

by David Marshak

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The Common Vision: Parenting and Educating for Wholeness presents the teachings about child raising and education of Rudolf Steiner, Sri Aurobindo Ghose, and Hazrat Inayat Khan. The book reveals the powerful similarities among these three teachings, which together describe a common vision of human nature and human growth from birth to age twenty-one. This common vision provides parents with a profound understanding of children as whole beings and of their capacities and needs physically, emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. It offers teachers and parents a detailed description of what children need in their schooling at various ages if they are to grow into wholeness and manifest their potential.

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