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RECLAIM YOUR SOVEREIGNTY

This week I’ve been offered several opportunities to reclaim my sovereignty for only $27. Yet these adverts don’t answer the key questions: What does it mean to reclaim your sovereignty? How did you lose it? What even is it?

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FINDING VOICE I

And so, protesting, I surrender to the questions that must be asked. The ones that demand an honesty I’m not sure I want to own. “Does what you saw still hold true? Is this an exception?” I’d like to believe those questions were lost, but I know that when I reach the end of the road, there they sit, like they were waiting for me. I’d like to believe that I could never reach the end of the road again, but experience says otherwise. Here I am. Here they are. It seems I can hardly bear the pain. But I’m

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A PARTING OF THE WAYS

When we reach a fork in the road, and the paths diverge, it’s not always immediately obvious. It’s like when you pull off a main road onto a slip road in defiance of the satnav, and it takes a while for the machine to adjust its route.

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MERRY CHRISTMAS

Rebellion takes many forms. But to make merry – not only to feel happy, but to express it freely – is often the greatest rebellion of all.

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WHY ON EARTH?

It’s the question I get asked most often: “Why are you doing this?” “Why aren’t you doing that?”

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THE PATH

The downside of the language of “path” is that it can seduce us into believing there is an ultimate goal that is distant from us, and we can measure how our progress towards it. Here’s an allegory, that takes us from the model of the goal to a new understanding of “path”:

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