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2 monthes ago   |   By Grist

Hey there,
I have to be honest: I spent a lot of time thinking about whether to send this newsletter, whether to stick to the Shift Happens schedule I've set for myself. If I did send it, I thought, what would be the right thing to say? What tone should I strike? Like most people I know, I'm finding it hard to focus on much besides the virus currently sweeping our globe and upending our way of life. It's the vast, frightening, unknowable truth of our current moment, and it seems like it should relegate everything else to the backseat.
But I've also been moved by some of the things I've...
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