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Wednesday, January 19, 2005

Idaho County OK's Waldorf School  
Blaine County, Idaho approved a new Waldorf school. Katharine Woods, the schools founder, spoke with reverence and devotion of Waldorf's founder, Rudolf Steiner: "Anthroposophy translates as 'the study of the wisdom of the human being' and is a world view synthesized from many brilliant revelations and discoveries of humanity in the sciences, arts, and spiritual paths of many cultures throughout history," Woods said. "When Rudolf Steiner died, he left behind over three hundred books which indicate this great synthesis of information."
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