Good People You Should Know About
23 November 2009
I’ve been swimming in a sea of work this term — good work, honest work, meaningful work — and the cumulative effect is starting to manifest. Do you know that thing that happens when you can’t seem to rest, even when you are not working? When getting to a place of actual rest, body and mind, becomes harder work than the working? In other words, you have to work real hard at rest? It’s pretty f*&#%-ed up.
The other thing that happens is that you start to become entirely too much the center of your own despairing universe. So to push back on that, I want to thank the good people (writers, all) whose recent generosity and thoughtfulness have helped me reach the other side on some things and thus make this exhausting time just a little less exhausting:
It’s the little things that make a difference.