[…] Evil is only our inadequate reaction when faced with this demonic element, our fearful retreat from it in order to exercise-founding ourselves in this flight-some power of being. Impotence or the power to not -be is the root of evil only in this secondary sense. Fleeing from our own impotence, or rather trying to adopt it as a weapon, we construct the malevolent power that oppresses those who show us their weakness; and failing our innermost possibility of not-being, we fall away from the only thing that makes love possible. […]
Giorgio Agamben, from The Coming Community - La comunitá che viene, Torino 1990
…being, not-being, maybe with-being, in whatever contingency, potentiality and choice we would share with each other? Not any congregational call, no mission or manifestos, no fear of new terrorisms, anarchisms or perennial anger and distress; …just whatever real yes we can say to our own existence and its limitations so to become “a” coming community.