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Despite my intention to toughen up at the onset of adulthood, I remained an oyster without a shell, soft and yielding.
On May 24, The New York Times printed on its front page the names of 1,000 victims, just 1% of the over 100,000 people who have lost their lives to COVID-19. Among them, a newlywed, a jazz pianist, an educator and a portraitist — all members of a greater community.
Marie Kondo and Audrey Gelman have, wittingly or not, made their honest messages into beautiful and fancy goods and services that fail to honor their original design.