anarchism's sort of scary because

at the same time you have that freedom and liberation and 'ungovernable' existence and mutual cooperation as goals,

you also carry the weight of understanding how many layers of power and control are currently on top of a lot of people and yourself

and how dissonant and painful it is to understand how these human and earth level forces interact and actively go against the structures built up over thousands of years, whether inside human or structure without

what isn't scary about anarchism at all is that the actions that seem so impossible to begin or continue doing,

they're actually really small every day actions

and they build up over a humans life, and as well small things leave impressions on other people as well, and we all are learning from each other from these small or large symbolic actions

no pressure to perform other than your own too, because no gods no masters means that you do it on your time as much as you can mustard

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