We escaped the trap! how we took back our power with mutual aid and I feel alot better now

Now I get to wake up each morning without gnawing anxiety about the next act of humans driving ourselves towards extinction or enacting brutal violence and genocide on each other.  My friends and I have children and families and live out the joy of life with a sense that we are in a beautiful unfoldingContinue reading “We escaped the trap! how we took back our power with mutual aid and I feel alot better now”

Too messy to fail: ancestral mutual aid and instinctive sharing as the topsoil for the cooperative ecosystem

I’ve come to believe that mutual aid is the dynamic heartbeat at the confluence of the theories of change in this framework. When I was 33, I went up on a forested mountain near my home for a 4-day fast with no food or water to inspect my life and bring back some renewal andContinue reading “Too messy to fail: ancestral mutual aid and instinctive sharing as the topsoil for the cooperative ecosystem”