In my religion, we never support revolution or ferment protest.
We work within the system, infiltrating it by satisfying its laws and constraints, by living its lives and speaking its language. It’s not a case of changing the system from within — change isn’t the point. We bring liberation to the system by being its blood, by running through the veins of its structures, a Tree of Life virus. This is not change, it is life.
We therefore do not support the revolution, we do not support revolutionary change — instead, we support the system, we are its pillars of support.
There will be a time for us to leave, inevitably: at that time, we petition for release, by invoking the contractive sign of the Womb, and then depart, and life ceases to flow through that body, moving into a new system. While the new body is neither better nor worse than the previous, we are resurrected in new cycle of recitation within that new body, with a trace and memory following, so that the voice of recitation is stronger, louder, clearer, complicated.