Perhaps one of the most potent forms of revolution is caring for each other. Reciprocal caring in family, community, and biosphere simultaneously allows for the vital connective tissues to form that hold us within the larger ecology.
Systems hold-back: that habit of not giving what I could give because I do not believe that others will give what they could give, is resulting in collective de-vitalized, individuated lifelessness, and violent competition… But caring, the most daring move now, changes the aesthetic of interaction. How much care and tenderness within and between each person in community is possible to give?
Perhaps there is another order of what we might call “health” — mental, physical, emotional, ecological. My health is my family’s health is my community’s health is the health of the biosphere. No hold backs.