Anarchy: (n) a state of disorder due to the absence or nonrecognition of authority.
Is there really order if the people or the powers that be in control have created emotional anarchy in those around them?
In other words, if people aren’t discovering freedom or contentment, is there any order? Or is the general disorder of being insensitive to humanity leaving the door open for necessary dissent?
And if that’s too difficult to understand, let me simplify it: if it ain’t workin’, why work it?
A certain amount of anarchy is necessary to create change.
As long as we are satisfied, lining up in straight columns to follow the existing standards, what chance is there for an inkling of insight to wiggle its way into the conversation?
- Where is there injustice?
- Where are there platitudes without purpose?
- Where is there practice without reason?
- Where do commandments get proclaimed without commanding us to improve our lives?
I think anarchy is one of those words created by people who love to maintain the status quo, making anyone who disagrees look like a renegade.
Actually, there’s no such thing as anarchy. There is legitimate change and illegitimate stupidity.
If we need it, it is not anarchy. If it is counter-productive to the human race, then it’s just dumb.
By this definition I would call myself an anarchist when it comes to organized religion.
I am an anarchist about the two-party system in our country.
I think the electoral college itself is anarchy.
I think the way men and women have allowed themselves to be segregated is anarchy manufactured by religion, politics and entertainment in order to plump up each existing demographic.
George Washington was an anarchist.
Abraham Lincoln certainly promoted anarchy.
Franklin Roosevelt’s work programs, were pure anarchy.
The gospel of Jesus Christ is anarchy born of spirit.
Nothing is going to happen in this country until anarchy has a chance to speak up without being cut off at the legs for being radical.
It’s time to review what we call “holy”… and see if it actually is making people whole.
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