Resistance is dauntless audacity of the lesser against

Resistance is dauntless audacity of the lesser against the greater through a will to suffering?the essential quality of existing?because suffering most clearly evinces the will-power of the sufferer. History is the story of ?I? as observed and evaluated by ?me.? When the history is written by my hands, I will fear nothing and live as if I am the history.
— Bongha Lee, On Resistism

Then, one demurs that essentially a society is

Then, one demurs that essentially a society is entertained by the theatre of heroism, and in strict individualism of existence, without others, it is only a narcissistic struggle. There is no hero in a lonesome existence. A man lives in a shred and contradiction of duality between his splendid uniqueness out of nature with a grip of eternality and condemnable body of contemptible smallness, transient but delightfully comfortable to rot into the disappearance. This density and finiteness! Laughable yet strangely estimable quality of certitude from his inner drive in the making of his world. O this ambiguity, O this duality, O this weakness. O human! O human!
— Bongha Lee, On Resistism

Yet, the existential intellection has disregarded the possibility

Yet, the existential intellection has disregarded the possibility that a coming-into-being as not a finality but a process and that it is a making of meaning from the ground zero, for we are incomplete beings. Being is nothing but containment of essence, and the precedent-will has to be taken a priori to coming-to-being. Because we are choosing to become a volitional being.
— Bongha Lee, On Resistism