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[caption id="attachment_16882" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Photo by Todd Diemer on Unsplash[/caption] Chasing Likes We are all of us affected. Some infected. Rushing hither and thither, Trying first a cartwheel, Then a backflip, To see if it pleases The masses. Voices clamor for attention. Advice in abundance In the news feed, The comment section, Or inbox. Try your hand at videography. Make...

We had a great Christmas. A happy Christmas. And then, two days ago, I turned forty. I don't feel any different, really. It's just a number. But it means I've been here, on earth, for forty years. In this strange, in-between week of Holidays, when the world slows...