Editor's Note

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Editor's Note
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Good Morning,

This week, for the first time in what felt like a year (okay, it was a year) , I took a walk in New York City without wearing a mask. It was all going great until I saw a woman walking her dog approach me. She was wearing a mask, and my body instinctively moved to crossed to the other side of the street to give her space. It made me realize that we have been living the past year in the fear of other humans, which is pretty sad. Pandemic-era habits die hard, but I'm confident we can once again re-wire our brains to view other people not as biological vectors for disease, but as... people just with germs. Here is to hoping this to summer, we'll learn to come together as quickly as we learned to disease.
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-Neal Frayman
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