I learned that deconstruction is not something you do, it’s a way of being in the world. It started for me by deconstructing church. I realized that what we were doing wasn’t facilitating transformation and authentic community. Next, it was deconstructing my theology, which resulted with the realization that the fundamental premises of my relationship to God, myself, others and life were erroneous. This eventually led to the deconstruction of my Self, suffering, and the very nature of reality. This has continued to expand to my deconstructing many different facets of society – government, education, economics, and the miseries that plague humankind. You get to a point where you simply know too much, and it’s not an option to sit back and do nothing.