An anarchist appeals to nothing less than the idea of infinite human possibility. For freedom to flourish, individuals must retain their own power; no government, no capitalist, and no god have the authority to circumscribe human life. Yet these hierarchies are ubiquitous, so our consciousness and behavior mimic these power structures. Our struggle is signified with impossible goals because the weight of human suffering demands it. Freedom is life, and life is precious enough to die for. So out of a love for life anarchists must persist in their insanity.