Loving the Bike TV: Rule Breaking and Anarchy

30
Apr
2014

What if I told you one of the ways to achieve a Loving Life attitude was by breaking rules and promoting anarchy?  Well, that’s exactly what I’m doing in this week’s episode of Loving the Bike TV.  Before you think to yourself that I’ve lost it and x out of this post, have a listen to what I have to say.

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Note: Below is an excerpt from the article I talk about in the video.

an·ar·chy Etymology: Medieval Latin anarchia, from Greek, from anarchos having no ruler

1 a : absence of government

b : a state of lawlessness or political disorder due to the absence of governmental authority c : a utopian society of individuals who enjoy complete freedom without government 2 a : absence or denial of any authority or established order.

You know what? I don’t think it’s such a bad word after all. In fact that part where it explains it as “a utopian society of individuals who enjoy complete freedom without government” is pretty freaking amazing I must say.  Instead of a negative image, Anarchy is actually a word to create a calming, free, and positive picture.   It’s the kind of situation where people are free to think and do things without the threat of “dream killers” sabotaging their positive efforts.  As with that famous glass half empty or half full analogy, Anarchy can also vary depending on how you look at it…but I would be bold enough to say that a life of “Constructive Anarchy” is a beautiful life to live. That would be explained as a positive and beneficial deviation from the rules of society.

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