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Camus via Jill Laporte “well-meaning speakers tried to voice their fellow-feeling, and indeed did so, but at the same time proved the utter incapacity of every man truly to share in suffering that he cannot see.”

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Sharing some poems from the great poetry series

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The president needs to give the front lines the ammunition they need. So proud of this alum!

I taught my first Zoom class yesterday, and my students seemed happy to be back together (even virtually). As one of my colleagues told me about his own class, "it was wonderfully therapeutic for the soul." roth.blogs.melcochinaresorts.com/2020/03/24/cla…

Anyone advising the end of social distancing now, needs to fully understand what the country will look like if we do that. COVID would spread widely, rapidly, terribly, could kill potentially millions in the yr ahead with huge social and economic impact across the country. 15/x Retweeted by

Of course, “And it is diseases thought to be multi-determined (that is, mysterious) that have the widest possibilities as metaphors for what is felt to be socially or morally wrong.” via

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一道本不卡免费高清Walking home down the almost empty avenues,you could see the same silhouette, repeated:dogs straining toward dogs on long-stretched leashes, held by watchful owners keeping their distance, a nightly choreography of animal need and human caution.