1. How to Help India Amid the Covid Crisis from The New York Times. In related news, Support Swasth & ACT Grants to procure Oxygen concentrators for India, and Give India Covid Missions, and Why the World Should Worry About India, and ‘Every Time I’m Calling, Someone Has Died’: The Anguish of India’s Diaspora (The New York Times), and Manisha Jadhav, Key Administrator at Mumbai Hospital, Dies at 51 (The New York Times).
4. Photographer Dana Gallagher Feeds Both Body and Soul in Her Tiny Brooklyn Backyard. The sweetest little garden.
5. Unpacking Diet Culture to Simplify Your Life by Courtney Carver on Be More With Less.
6. How to Recycle Like a Responsible Human. “Read on for all you need to know about six of the most common types of household waste and how to recycle (or throw them out) responsibly.”
8. Wisdom from Valarie Kaur: “Shallow solidarity is based on the logic of exchange—You show up for me, and I will show up for you. But deep solidarity is rooted in recognition—I show up for you, because I see you as part of me. Your liberation is bound up in my own.”
12. How Losing a Pet Can Make You Stronger, (The New York Times). “The process of acceptance and letting go builds the resilience necessary to navigate an array of life’s obstacles.”
13. Reaching ‘Herd Immunity’ Is Unlikely in the U.S., Experts Now Believe, (The New York Times). “Widely circulating coronavirus variants and persistent hesitancy about vaccines will keep the goal out of reach. The virus is here to stay, but vaccinating the most vulnerable may be enough to restore normalcy.”
14. Of course you’re anxious about returning to normal life. In related news, 10 Self-Help Essays to Read Before Re-entering Society, (The New York Times).
21. Things to Try That Might Knock Out the Virus, a poem by Richard Prins.