When the News Is Too Much, I Read It Backward
The tidy linearity we’re used to leaves little room for revolution.
I should be more considerate. I should make time for the news no matter what. For other people. For the world. I can fix this.
Remember when the conclusions weren’t forgone?
Use easy-to-understand language. Be objective—or acknowledge when you can’t be. Lead with the most important, basic information and fill in the details as you go.
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