I enjoyed your insight--that we are here to experience happiness. I have always thought that was why I personally am here--to experience the world.
Then I looked at the links was intruiged by the idea, from Democracy School, that we "must think outside the box of acceptable social justice activism." Intruiged--because I don't know what they are talking about! I followed the link and read their description of the course and I still don't get it. Hints maybe--work locally? Change the structure that is the cause of the many problems, rather than activism on one issue? Violent revolution? I don't get it! Could you give an example of "outside the box" activism?
I'm glad you asked:
"Could you give an example of "outside the box" activism?"
DELETE RACIST SPOTIFY
- Joe Rogan used the n-word numerous times and hosts racist comments.
- Joe Rogan is a racist.
- Spotify knowingly hosts Rogan's racist content.
- Spotify is racist.
Be vocal in calling attention in rising fascism.
Use your Facebook and other social media to
VOICE YOUR CONCERNS and SOLUTIONS
in any and all public forums, on social media.
Speak up at a school board meeting against local FRACKING.
Make alliances with disparate others.
From your examples I conclude the idea is to integrate activism into your daily life.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.