exhibit a) 
Now more than ever, we must abandon the performative and embrace the authentic. Our essential mental shifts require humility and patience. Focus on real internal change. These human transformations will be honest, raw, ugly, hopeful, frustrated, beautiful, and divine. And they will be slower than keener academics are used to. Be slow. Let this distract you. Let it change how you think and how you see the world. Because the world is our work. And so, may this tragedy tear down all our faulty assumptions and give us the courage of bold new ideas. to the rest of the article --> 

exhibit b)

If you’re spiraling: Do some push-ups. If you find yourself refreshing a .gov website more than two times in two minutes: Do some push-ups. If you are impatient, jittery, mean, frustrated, short of breath, or imitating a puddle with your whole torso: Do some push-ups. If you’re lying in bed under the waft of bleach sprayed onto your light switch ten minutes ago: Do some interesting pushups. If you’re clenching your jaw like it is responsible for containing the fate of the geopolitical economy: Do some push-ups. Low-grade shoulder tension is not a core exercise. Don’t I wish it were — I would be an Olympic shot-put hopeful. to the rest of the article --> 

exhibit d)
“The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it." —Thoreau

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