Manifesto For Revolution (not a poem at all)
Manifesto For Revolution
A. Revolution In Daily Practice
To work with others in a spirit of free cooperation to the extent of our capacity, to enter into debate with an open heart and mind, to read, to write, to share ideas, to play or listen to music, to explore the potentials of consciousness, to enter into authentic intimate relationships with others, to question received wisdom and to encourage, facilitate and support others to do so; these are the types of activity which comprise the revolutionary’s daily programme of tasks at our current point of political development.
B. The Overall Objective Of Revolution
The most powerful revolutionary act consists in the raising of an individual’s consciousness – and this may be one’s own or that of another – in the direction of an increased awareness, understanding and appreciation of the situation in which we find ourselves together, accompanied by the development of a self confidence in assuming personal responsibility for exercising a self directed moral autonomy in concert with the physical and social setting to the greater good of all.