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Comment on Fluid Cyberspace -> Commitments to Multiple Essentialities

Ashalynd Tue, Sep 29, 2009
Olena,

I think the step 0 is to realize that "everybody is against you" is a misunderstanding which can and should be fixed. I believe that every human being can understand everybody else, if he or she will. In everybody there is a creative energy which waits to be unleashed. That is what makes us humans.

We are all connected, and as far as we know, there is nobody else but our fragile community of 6 (well, almost 7 now) billion people, each of them unique. We are like pieces of the puzzle scattered around. The only possibility to view the big picture is to join with the others and share our ideas with them. Internet and social networks give a great opportunity to look into one other's thoughts, something that in earlier times was way more difficult to do, and to think together.

Good point about basic needs of many which are still unanswered. And then, in many cases it's not even food, shelter or some other material needs but just a human touch. People turn desperate when they feel themselves alone, it's not a natural state for us.

Thanks for the wiki link on deterritorialization! Deleuze is on my reading list already :)