"stay with the trouble. sit with the complexity and messiness. instead of being in the rush of solutionism. sit in your center and take stock of your complacency. without shifts in ontology, we will not be able to address the scale of these problems and move with the intellect of the living world. put your head to the soil and ask how to be of service." -- alnoor ladha
I think that there is no way to personal freedom besides finding (new ways to be free), building (and maintaining those systems of freedom), and destroying (old or inherited systems that don’t serve you anymore). It is hard work, and cannot be bought or achieved; your freedom is a home you build for yourself. But remember that while I can’t help you build your house I am here building my own alongside you, and you can come inside if you get weary.
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“… I will never know how you see red and you will never know how I see it. / But this separation of consciousness / is recognized only after a failure of communication, and our first movement is / to believe in an undivided being between us …“”
— Anne Carson, from “XXXII. Kiss,” Autobiography of Red: A Novel in Verse (Vintage Contemporaries, 1998)