Can't stop thinking of this passage in Dwyer's last column "In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort."
"In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort." Farewell to the great Jim Dwyer. His last piece sings.
"In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort." Re-read Jim Dwyer's poignant, soulful final column
“In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort.” Such gorgeous, gifted writing. ⁦
"In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort," Jim Dwyer wrote on the pandemic in his final column in May.
A poignant final column by Jim Dwyer, who died this morning after a long and stellar journalism career. RIP
“In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort.” The final column by Jim Dwyer, a brilliant writer now passed.
“In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick,to heal and comfort.” The last column by Jim Dwyer
This was ’s last column. Wow. “In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort.“
"In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort." Wonderfully inspiring piece by
If it weren't for small kindnesses in times like these, where would we be? If it weren't for the likes of Nan the Pot a century ago, for example, well -- let give personal testimony.
Lovely. ‘She Fed Her Sick Flock During the 1918 Pandemic. Her Legacy Lives On. - The New York Times
In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort. -- 's lovely last column
1/ Jim Dwyer's last column is beautiful for many reasons, but here's one: anyone who is the descendant of someone who has survived despite great odds knows how small acts of humanity make such things possible.
Inspiration, served up hot by "In times to come, when we are all gone, people not yet born will walk in the sunshine of their own days because of what women and men did at this hour to feed the sick, to heal and to comfort."