Daily Editors' Notes

Daily Editors’ Notes

Daily Editors' Notes

Time to forgive those impossible choices

For anyone who thinks classic literature and caregiving have no overlap, I present for your consideration that 1866 great, “Crime and Punishment.” Back in high school, the book’s 700 or so pages and stodgy translation challenged even this avid reader. Yet, despite a slow start, it ultimately became one of my all-time favorites. That’s because…

A vaccine pause and an impending crack

I’ve been thinking quite a bit about trust over the last week or so, especially after reading a real pick-me-up in the Washington Post about how the pandemic will lead to the splintering of societies. We’ve already seen what a year of sickness and upheaval can do to a country, and the National Intelligence Council…
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