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Here are a couple of my blog posts which I think are especially relevant right now:
This one – The Day After: On Resilience – which I wrote, in Washington DC, the day after Donald Trump was elected.
And this one – Feeling Homesick While Riding Across France – from when I had been alone, not spoken to anyone in a while, was missing my people, and just felt a deep loneliness. It’s sort of about how, when you put one foot in front of the other, even when its hard, or you’re lonely, or you are missing people and places in a way that makes your heart hurt – that one step after another, you’ll get to the other side.
Lastly, as we are all staying home and doing our part to get the world to the far side of this crisis – the section of the this post about a few of the World War I soldiers from the Taralaga district of New South Wales is a reminder of what sacrifice has looked like in the past: A Bicycle Riding Holiday: Taralga to Goulburn and Anzac Day Anzacs.