riot of flowers

all the stars are a riot of flowers   – the little prince

If you love a flower which happens to be on a star, it is sweet at night to gaze at the sky. All the stars are a riot of flowers.antoine de saint-exupéry, the little prince

_________

home of riot flowers

_________

_________

________

_________

_________

_________

_________

________

________

_________

_________

_________

_________

__________

_________

_________

__________

_________

__________

___________

__________

just after making box and page.. reading murray bookchin‘s post scarcity anarchism:

41

the ‘rioter’ has begun to break, however partially and intuitively, w those deep seated norms of behavior which traditionally weld the ‘masses’ to the established *order.. he actively sheds the internalized structure of authority, the long-cultivated body of conditioned reflexes, and the **pattern of submission sustained by guilt that tie one to the system even more effectively than any fear of police violence and juridical reprisal.. contrary to the views of social psychologists, who see in these modes of direct action the submission of the individual to a terrifying collective entity called the ‘mob’ the truth is that ‘riots’ and crowd actions represent the first gropings of the mass toward individuation.. the mass tends to become demassified in the sense that it begins to assert itself against the really massifying ***automatic responses produced by the bourgeois family, the school and the mass media.. by the same token, crowd actions involve the rediscovery of the streets and the effort to liberate them.. ultimately, it is in the streets that power must be dissolved: for the streets, where daily life is endured, suffered, and eroded, and where power is confronted and fought, must be turned into the domain where daily life is enjoyed, created and nourished.. the rebellious crowd marked the beginning not only of a ****spontaneous transmutation of private into social revolt, but also of a return form the abstraction of social revolt to the issues of everyday life..

*carhart-harris entropy law

**structural violence

***supposed to’s of school/work

****fromm spontaneous law et al

riot of flowers ness.. revolution of everyday life.. a nother way

the day to day popular resistance which marked the 18th century and culminated in open revolution was soon disciplined by the newly emerging industrial order.. as well as by naked force.. absorbed into the factory system and tamed by industrial discipline.. formerly rootless intellectuals and footloose nobles found secure places in the economic, political, social and cultural hierarchy of the new bourgeois order.. society hardened again into rigid, particularized class and institutional forms.. critique was consolidated into apologia, revolt into reform.. declasses into clearly defined classes and ‘mobs’ into political constituencies.. ‘riots’ became the well behaved processionals we call ‘demonstrations’ and spontaneous direct action turned into electoral rituals..

_________

_________

rhythm of love.. love is love is love.. love one another.. rilke love one another law.. love people... the power of love.. love – is the movement

__________