33 0

One of the more destabilizing parts of life in New York during COVID-19, I've found, is the loss of control. Almost overnight, any semblance of structure in my day or the world writ large was washed away—and replaced with an overwhelming feeling of uncertainty and fear. On a broad scale, I fear for the first responders, risking their lives for us. I worry for those who cannot work from home, those who have lost their jobs, the immunocompromised, the elderly, and those experiencing homelessness. I know how lucky I am to be in my position of relative safety, and I do not take my privilege lightly. And yet personally, I ache for my friends and family and wonder when the next time I'll see th... Full story

9 April