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Posts Tagged ‘prose

You Grow Down in the Ground

March 15, 2008

Apples grow on trees, insects tend weeds and leaves, clouds make rain, people talk through problems.  In Nicaragua, the people have set tanks and guns in concrete, created a peace park by stopping and enclosing the machinery of war.  On the coast of Costa Rica, Afro-Caribbeans and Indigenous and Expatriates mix, create a changeling culture […]

Out of the Box and Into Infinity

November 12, 2007

“…and then the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” —Anais Nin Once, a boy met a steel machine. It was made of guns and things. This machine rotated and whirred; senseless it seemed to the boy, but the machine convinced […]

An Anarchist’s Spiritual Manifesto

May 5, 2007

The anarchist’s dream is one of absolute freedom and solidarity. No coercion is necessary when humans work together for mutual benefits. Luxury is not an option, yet the loss of luxury is no loss, because when humanity works together in spirit, every movement becomes sacred and every created object becomes a work of art which […]