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Page 15 text:
Learning to live is a part of all learning. The
individual can learn to feel fully alive, to
live rather than to exist. Instead of fostering
the state of unconscious hopelessness that is
so often covered up as optimism, we should
see and cherish all signs of new life, and we
should be ready at every moment for that
which is waiting to be born.
. . The process of increasing awareness is
nothing but the process of awakening, of open-
ing one's eyes and seeing what is in front of
one. Awareness means doing away with illu-
sions and, to the degree that this is accom-
plished, it is a process of liberation."
-- Erich Fromm
. . he looked around him as if seeing the world
for the first time . . . here was blue, here was yellow,
here was green, sky and river, woods and mountains
. . . all this, colored in a thousand different forms, had
always been there . .
- Herman Hesse, Siddbartba
Page 17 text:
. . It is one of the qualities of all life that it is in a
constant process of change and never remains the same at any
given moment. Life that stagnates tends to die, if the stagna-
tion is complete, death has occurred. It follows that life in its
moving quality tends to break out of and to overcome the
status quo. We grow either stronger or weaker, wiser or more
foolish, more courageous or more cowardly. Every moment is
a moment of decision, for the better or for the worse . . .
"What holds true for the individual holds true for a society.
It is never static, if it does not grow, it decays, if it does not
transcend the status quo for the better, it changes for the worse.
Often we, the individual or the people who make up a society,
have the illusion we could stand still and not alter the given
situation in the one or the other direction. This is one of the
dangerous illusions. The moment we stand still, we begin to
decay . . .
"Proposing methods of activation by participation aims at
the revitalization of the democratic process. It is based on the
conviction that American democracy must be strengthened or
it will wither away. It cannot remain static."
I - Erich Fromm
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