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Our hope for a decent future—indeed, any hope for even the idea of a future—depends on our ability to tell stories not of how humans have ruled the world but how we can live in the world…The central story of power—that the domination/subordination dynamic is natural and inevitable—must give way to stories of dignity, solidarity, equality. We must resist not only the cruelty of repression but the seduction of comfort.

The songs we sing matter at least as much as the machines we build. Power assumes it can control. Our task is to resist that control.

—Robert Jensen,
We Are All Apocalyptic Now:
On the Responsibilities of Teaching, Preaching, Reporting, Writing and Speaking Out