from Sasha Durakov Warren, this essay articulately challenges what it means to be sane in this world, and suggests a different way.
Attachment to codes, adherence to limited vocabularies or models handed down from above or from the past are neuroleptic because they look straight ahead and behind. The skewed approach of madness moves from nooks and corners and up the wall. To embrace and work with madness means to accept that nothing is to be taken as given. Our commonality is not determined in advance, but built as we go. Our impurity--the ongoing catastrophe that is our lives--is not an impediment, but our greatest advantage as the world falls apart.
For anyone who has celebrated human non-linearity as one of our strongest bulwarks against the lock step of modern life and civilization.