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Life (And Horses?) During the Pandemic

I'm going to attempt to address the elephant in the room, if for no other reason than my own posterity. I'm trying hard to be empathetic, and to listen. Sometimes I don't agree with what people have to say. Sometimes the things they say (or write) really hurts. I think it's important to remember that not everyone is experiencing this the same as you personally are. I try and keep that in mind.

I live in a city, which means I'm forced to coexist with the virus and all kinds of people and their opinions on it. My wife and I do not wear masks when we're out walking the dog, as typically we are able to maintain twenty feet of distance from everyone. But there are still times when we have to pass someone on the sidewalk and they scuttle away from us like we're roaches. On the other side of the coin, we have to change our habits to avoid throngs of people clumped on the sidewalk protesting. To be honest, both sides bother me. As much as I'm bothered by the vi…

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