Corona Virus

A collection of 14 posts

A word for our times

> These days, many of us feel anxious, disoriented and uncertain about the ground we stand on. Carlos Alberto Sanchez @locoprof [https://twitter.com/locoprof?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw], professor of philosophy at San

A study in yellow and grey

> Pantone picks two colors of the year, and they’re complete opposites https://t.co/qmXVDMufvF — Fast Company (@FastCompany) December 9, 2020 [https://twitter.com/FastCompany/status/1336711782270984193?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw]

Those who do not remember their past...

> In 1702, during a small pox outbreak in Boston, authorities prohibited churches from ringing bells to memorialize the dead as the death count went up, hoping that it would delude the public into

Wholeness

> How to recover from the grief caused by the pandemic? "The word 'healing' is derived from the word ‘whole,'" writes @DrAmithaMD [https://twitter.com/DrAmithaMD?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw]. "Healing then is

We've been here before

> "I want someone to sit beside after the day's pursuit and all its anguish, after its listening, and its waitings, and its suspicions. After quarrelling and reconciliation I need privacy - to be