an important part of anarchist unlearning is going from "what should we do about..." (or worse: "what should be done about...") and thinking in terms of "what should I do about..." where the problem at hand is something concrete that personally affects you or a friend.

breaking the habit of thinking in terms of appeals to abstractions like "the community" which are tacitly appeals to authority to handle issues which are themselves hypothetical or abstracted to the scale of the tacitly invoked authority.

and instead thinking in terms of what you can personally do with your own agency and abilities

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