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(...) materials experience an emancipation from their role as passive recipients and start to co-articulate agency and shape political practices (...)

Martin Müller, University of Zurich


Worldly power is a perversion of heavenly power in that it expresses itself in the ability not to create and fulfill life, but to diminish and destroy it.  And it exults in what it thinks is its power over life, which is death. How much money, how much power is enough?  The will to power is a pathological sickness, that becomes all consuming and insatiable.    
Be on your guard always, and do not allow yourselves to be among those simple ones who will be taken in during the dark times, as the love of many grows cold.  Stand firmly, but humbly, to the end. And you will have your greatness.