A musher’s view of the pandemic

Beautiful, thought-provoking piece. Blair Braverman writes:

“What this means for people, for us, is that we can’t just plan to take care of ourselves later. We shouldn’t expect to catch up on sleep when we really crash, or to reach out to loved ones after we’re struck by loneliness. We should ask for support before we need it. We should support others before they ask. Because if you don’t know how far you’re going, you need to act like you’re going forever.”

Read the rest in the New York Times.

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