In Solidarity with National Collective [Part 1]
Resist whatever seems inevitable.
Resist people who seem invincible.
Resist the embrace of those who have lost.
Resist the flattery of those who have won.
Resist any idea that contains the word algorithm.
Resist the hope that you’ll get that big job.
Resist getting big jobs.
Resist taking the path of least resistance.
Resist the influence of the appealing.
Resist the growing conviction that They are right.
Resist the nagging feeling that They will win.
Resist believing that there is an answer to every question.
Resist accepting honors from those you do not respect.
Resist the panicky feeling that you are alone.
Resist hoping that next year will be better.
Resist assuming that the locus of power is elsewhere.
Resist believing that anyone knows what will actually happen.
Resist the indifference of adversaries.
Resist the ready acceptance of friends.
Resist the thought that life is simple, after all.
Resist the belated feeling that you should seek forgiveness.
Resist the desire to move to a different city.
Resist the notion that you should never compromise.
Resist any thought that contains the word should.
Resist people who tell you to resist.
– Lebbeus Woods