Common Decency Against the Plague

…there’s no question of heroism in all this. It’s a matter of common decency. That’s an idea which may make some people smile, but the only means of fighting a plague is – common decency.
Albert Camus, The Plague

Newburgh Lake, Michigan

Pigeon River state forest, Michigan


5 thoughts on “Common Decency Against the Plague

    1. Tom Schultz Post author

      Photos from last summer. The top photo’s lake is in suburban Detroit. The other one is in the great pine forest of northern Michigan.
      Camus has always been my favorite writer.

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