In light of the question, “Has the absolute and overall intensity with which anything matters to you, in any and all ways, fallen over time?”

Can there be such a thing as revolutionary self-care–specifically care of what might call one’s soul–that, among other things, uses the technology of Buddhism and other wisdom traditions (e.g., Ram Dass, as in his “Yogas of the Bhagavad Gita”) to make a revolutionary a more committed and effective revolutionary?

Is there a “kernel” that can be discovered in these traditions to further the communist movement in a way resembling how Marx discovered the kernel of dialectical materialism “standing on its head” in Hegel?

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Everyone always dreaming, forever in some state of bewilderment about where their current flux of sensory experience is really coming from.