So, I have a confession. I have not read much Bookchin. There was a time when this bothered me, and when I made a sincere effort to change it.
You see, back when I was but a young ancom lad, before I was corrupted into the post-left post-civ post-structuralist queer insurrecto-nihilist you know and love, the anarcho-redditors duped me into "googling Murray Bookchin". Not only that, they even duped me into purchasing a collection of his essays (PHYSICALLY PRINTED!!! ON PAPER!!!!!!!!!!). In this time, I made precisesly one attempt at reading any significant portion of these essays, and I managed to get through one of them: the title essay of the anthology, "Post-Scarcity Anarchism".
Anyway, here's my favorite quote from that essay
If for this reason alone, the revolutionary movement is profoundly concerned with lifestyle. It must try to live the revolution in all its totality, not only participate in it. It must be deeply concerned with the way the revolutionist lives, his [sic] relations with the surrounding environments, and his [sic] degree of self-emancipation. In seeking to change society, the revolutionist cannot avoid changes in himself [sic] that demand the reconquest of his [sic] own being. Lie the movement in which he [sic] participates the revolutionist myst try to reflect the conditions of the society he [sic] is trying to achieve-- at least to the degree that this is possible today.