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Episode 36 Affinity, Cognitive Euphony, And Acting From Good Faith with Isaac
Spoke with my friend of circumstance Issac about the Lansing protest, small(big) acts of solidarity, gratitude, athletic musicianship, simplicity, implicit power, affinity groups, instilled hierarchies, being a touring musician, the tyranny of structurelessness, DIY music, balancing idealism and experience, dislodging power, leadership, rules vs. no rules, voluntary association, taking credit for work, intellectual property and creative commons, church+capital+culture, the Western Wall, churches as a socialist enterprise, Friendly Fire, acting from faith and fact, anarchism as a way of life, thanking flowers, ableism, sneetches, light/dark, concurrent contradictory realities, cognitive dissonance, cognitive euphony, and fun with new equipment.
The bail fund for comrades arrested in Lansing protesting Richard Spencer's appearance:
The Tyranny of Structurelessness
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My radical Quaker collective Friendly Fire:
F. Scott Fitzgerald quote: "...the test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain the ability to function. One should, for example, be able to see that things are hopeless and yet be determined to make them otherwise. This philosophy fitted on to my early adult life, when I saw the improbable, the implausible, often the "impossible," come true."