Mixed Media, 2009
Anarchists disdain the customary use of "anarchy" to mean "chaos" or "complete disorder". For them it signifies the absence of a ruler or rulers, a self-managed society, usually resembling the co-operative commonwealth that most socialists have traditionally sought, and more highly organised than the disorganisation and chaos of the present. An anarchist society would be more ordered because the political theory of anarchism advocates organisation from the bottom up with the federation of the self-governed entities – as opposed to order being imposed from the top down upon resisting individuals or groups.
Anarchism is usually considered a recent, Western phenomenon, but its roots reach deep in the ancient civilizations of the East. The first clear expression of an anarchist sensibility may be traced back to the Taoists in ancient China from about the sixth century BC. Indeed, the principal Taoist work, the Tao te ching, may be considered one of the greatest anarchist classics.
Honestly, I don't believe in prayers anymore even though I still like the rituals that accompany prayers. At some stage in my life I realized that prayers were often led by my Ego and that they were a good way to give up my responsibilities..
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