It's no surprise that even though chattel slavery was formally abolished throughout the Americas over 100 years ago, enslaver culture is still very much alive. (From Mirna Wabi-Sabi)
Sophia Burns answers criticisms of revolutionary base-building.
"If 'justice' finally came after 500 years would it mean anything to a man stolen forever from his children?"
“The future will have a place for neither faith nor reason.” (From Christopher Scott Thompson)
So, without a shrine and without in-person community, what’s a solitary, fish-out-of water devotee to a Japanese spirit of battle and motherhood to do?
Sophia Burns argues against the Medicare for All campaign
"Cars are bourgeois and trucks are proletarian." An analysis of the truck-driver's strike and diesel crisis in Brazil. (From Mirna Wabi-Sabi)
Do not allow others to tame your craft. Do not tame it yourself out of fear that others will look down on you or reject you. Embrace your wildness. Sometimes it may alienate you from those others who dare not lose themselves in the wild.