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  • Daniel McCarthy

    I recently returned home to Arverne, NY, in the Rockaways -- where I have lived the past 4 years, a block from the ocean, in a nursing facility that was Sandy evacuated -- from a month-long refuge in far-off Brooklyn. Having lived in the upper Florida Keys in '92 and witnessed early and firsthand the utter devastation south of Miami of Hurricane Andrew, I was again made aware the resilience and GOODness of the human spirit in the face of calamity. Par for the course though, I was also reminded on my return home of another trait of Homo sapiens: my sole earthly possession aside from my few books and laptop, a 25" flat-screen HDTV, was gone -- summarily sequestrated by neighborhood looters in the storm's lawless wake. ...Oh, well. Equilibrium prevails eventually.