Is striving towards self-sufficiency and self-reliance largely a practical matter, or is it mostly a symbolic act of self-actualization? I mean symbolic in the Jungian "big" sense, such as I did in the past with the usage of the terms sailing and seasteading. . .
It's clearly both, but I'm more and more leaning towards the latter. If so, it is important that we keep that foremost in our minds.
What do you all think?
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