From Jonathan Woolley: What lies at the heart of heresy is not the intolerance of Inquisition, and the heat of a burning stake, but rather a firm commitment to truth.
From Kadmus: "Neither master and engineer nor illegitimate interloper, we are part of nature's living and called to take our part with loving devotion to the value of each and every other participant be it tree, stone, bird or star."
From Sean Donahue: "Most of the stories people in our culture tell about organized resistance against oppression are set in dystopias created in the wake of a cataclysm. And indeed, apocalyptic events seem to be the only thing most people believe can bring an end to capitalism. "
From James Lindenschmidt: "Debt underlies all aspects of class struggle. Since the destruction of the Commons, there is no other possibility for most people to subsist and reproduce their lives."
From Sean Donahue: The colonization of land is made easier and more efficient by the colonization of minds.
From John Halstead: "From the time I woke up until I went to bed, there was the fear. It was the fear that there is not enough."
From Kadmus: "In the face of the Market the pagan says “No” to the dominance of any one value and “No” to a limitless nihilistic process of destruction and control. Here, in part, is our integrity, where we draw the line and state clearly that some things, many things, even most things have no market price."
From Johnny Rapture: "Reflecting on marches, May Day, and the possibilities of Pagan theology."