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    • On a superficial level social justice sounds great, but when you go deeper you find it is based on a pathological ideology. To criticise it you have to immerse yourself into this illness which is disturbing. I would rather emphasize the positive path to freedom. I have seen a way to develop a step by step path of development using observation exercises indicated in TPOF so having to study anti-racist garbage is very distracting. I also wonder if anyone really cares about Waldorf. It seems to be more important to keep the peace than to really have quality education. I have posed the question to Waldorf educaters "What are the principles of Waldorf education" and nobody seems to know. It indicates a failure in teacher training programs to surrender Waldorf to the latest trendy fad without any serious examination. If teachers had an elementary understanding of TPOF this would not happen.

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