Coronavirus News – 7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Follow COVID-19 Updates

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COVID-19 is a very smart virus. It has infected news channels months ago and has been causing feverish news reporting ever since. But we tend to forget that news is infectious. Don’t get me wrong—I like staying informed, but I don’t like news much. Luckily, you can have the first without the latter. Here’s why … Continue reading Coronavirus News – 7 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Follow COVID-19 Updates

The Problem with (Coronavirus) Statistics

Statistics are useful but don’t they often hide more than they reveal? I remember the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. I used to check the stats and the updates on Worldometer to get an idea of the scale of what was happening. Here's a quick glimpse. When the deaths were few, the site used … Continue reading The Problem with (Coronavirus) Statistics

Shadow Garden

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Meet me in the shadow garden when the last yellow window falls asleep. Tiptoe past the lilac and the nameless flowers of the night. Wear a long rustling dress let your hair loose come barefoot. But don’t bring your words with you, not even a greeting. Words are what people make when they try to … Continue reading Shadow Garden