Pandemic Self-Interest: A Farewell to Humanity

Insufficient Light in an Ever-Darkening Time

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I am heartbroken.

I’m having a difficult time accepting what we are, and it’s becoming harder and harder to deny. That humans are always flawed and often ugly is not a realization that I’ve come to for the first time recently, but my hopeful faith that there’s enough goodness buried…

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