"A few days ago I made one personal closure by visiting my old school for work purposes. I had not been in the building for over ten years but it still had the same exact odour. All the grey walls had turned into bright colours. I was astonished when I met this young, warm-hearted teacher and all the beautiful and unique children. “This is what a true Steiner looks like, feels like,” I thought. I had always loved the philosophy behind Waldorf education.
I think that the early years of childhood are extremely crucial for one's personal growth. Upon my visit I started to realise once again how much we should value teachers, especially the ones who really know what they are doing. To become a teacher one needs a certain kind of personality. No one is perfect, but I personally think that teachers can have a huge impact on individuals by uplifting and encouraging them. Sadly, also the opposite.."