Spring brings up awareness of all our senses. We see buds and tiny flowers on shrubs, tassles hanging from Indian Plum, and yellow forsythia. We touch the earth for early planting – it is still soft and wet. Soon after we begin to smell early flowers, and taste fresh greens and touch daffodils, flowering quince and apple branches as we bring them inside – bringing spring indoors for our enjoyment through our senses. So in the eViews for a few weeks we will explore the senses. Also in this eView is an article about Rudolf Steiner’s view that humans have twelve senses, some quotes from Diane Ackerman’s book, A Natural History of the Senses, and Mike DeAnguera’s blog about the senses. And if you haven’t seen it yet, our new website is up and you can read about it in an article from Deanna (Drai) Schindler, who is the graphic designer and creator of the site.
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