The Individual and the Collective
‘It is through the expression of innermost individuality that we can play the role we were born to play in the collective self-realisation of our communities and our species.’ —Paul Cedenec
‘This is all part of an inexorable progression, an unfolding, if you will…. It is not something we’ve seized control of and are expertly managing, it’s something coursing through us. Impelling us, in fact all living things, forward. …
‘The antidote in our age is to choose a life path of radical sovereign individuality… with a grounding in spiritual expression, contemplative practices, family, community and tribes…. That’s how we win.’ —Mark Jeftovic
Anthem of Freedom
Anthem of Justice
A Revolution in Values and Perspectives
‘The revolution we seek does not merely aim to replace the gatekeepers at the top (although we certainly aspire to that as well). We seek a revolution in values and perspectives. Above all, we seek an economy, perhaps for the first time since the hunter gatherers, that is based on respect and innovation rather than theft and murder. That is the task before us and what we must figure out in the coming months and years.’ —Dr. Toby Rogers
“Attuned to the wild spirit of freedom within, we embark on a journey of self-discovery, revealing doors of creation and transformation—of ourselves, and of the world we once called home. The wild is calling us back now… back to all we might be.”…
‘“What the technocrats forget is that nature, wounded and shunned, will never lose its primary place as the ultimate arbiter of our human reality. The natural Earth is the final judge and jury of all these crimes against her and her humanity”.’
—excerpt from my book, Metapolitical: Practicing Our Human Future, reviewed by Winter Oak, “The Wild Spirit of Freedom”
Yes, yes, yes! I love the grasshopper!
I have only one re-direct--- ‘“What the technocrats forget is that nature, wounded and shunned, will never lose its primary place as the ultimate arbiter of our human reality. The natural Earth is the final judge and jury of all these crimes against her and her humanity”.’
This makes is sound as if Nature will PUNISH us if "she" is treated badly. I strongly take exception to that idea, when all around us, forever, is very clear evidence that the Earth is governed by LOVE. Jahweh may be the Christian god, but I don't worship any god or anything else that is about punishment of creatures who are acting out of their own trauma. Even these oligarchs, it is not a "given" that they will be punished in the way that many of us would find "just." That is HUMAN "justice," and I don't think the Divine is that petty, or punitive-obsessive, and/or hard-hearted, to use a common (human) turn of phrase. That we were made in the "image of God" is a HUMAN idea, and if it's true, it's only partially so, In My Humble Opinion.
Otherwise, I really like this post! LOL ^_^