Tag Archives: independence

Women’s Incomes in Modern Woman: Her Intentions by Florence Farr

“The hope I see for the ennobling of sex relations is that women should, by some means never yet thought of, become independent of the caprice of individual man.” [via]

The Moorish Republic of Sale in Pirate Utopias by Hakim Bey

“They began to look for some means to restore their pristine state of total independence, which by now had come to take on all the aura of an ancient and revered tradition.” [via]

Chapter XV of Moonchild by Aleister Crowley

“The forces which made man, alone of all animals, erect, love to see him thank Them for that independence by refusing to surrender it.” [via]

“Independence”, Chapter IV of Patanjali’s Yoga Aphorisms in Swami Vivekananda’s Raja Yoga

“Good and bad deeds are not the direct causes in the transformations of nature, but they act as breakers of obstacles to the evolutions of nature: as a farmer breaks the obstacles to the course of water, which then runs down by its own nature.” [via]

An Hymn for the American People by Aleister Crowley in The International Vol XII Iss 3

“In war and earthquake, wreck and wrong,
Still let the flag of freedom fly!
In peace and safety, still be strong!
For we will live as we would die.” [via]