Photo by MARY CELINE HARTWIG
When I was a child I believed that there was a net that catches everything that falls. Somebody like society holding the net. The world was mostly good. Institutions cared. When mothers went to work, pale children stood in line to get vaccinated. All human beings were born free and equal, with dignity and rights. This feeling of security was as natural as cross-country skiing.
I am not a child anymore. Turn democracy on its head. Turn democracy on its back. Turn democracy on its feet. Turn democracy inside out. The feeling is new. Deb helmets rein trim brr me I a ad Ed seizes throng slum I in Mr.