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Being moved by mass death isn’t just about numbers, or what day lost more people. It has to be about rekindling that collective consciousness that says we should all do better because we’re all “going through something hard.” We’re still learning about the tragedy of 9/11, and what we do afterward, two decades later.
Lonny Cain: If you have a comment or memory or personal story to share, please send it to me.
When someone pushes you toward the pool, suddenly you are not as eager to jump in. Unless, of course, that’s what you wanted all along. And all you needed was a push.
It's understandable some may feel we're back to square one after this week's mandates announcements amid the current virus surge. I don't think so. Not yet. This time, we have choices before us we didn't have last year: vaccines.
We have many conversations between rooms. Between walls. Shouting.
Here's a chance to see what surrounds you for the first time.
If someone writes you a letter, write them back.
Good luck to David Isay.And he’s going to need it, I expect. With his mission to heal this nation.