A Stoic Perspective While Having Covid

I didn’t think I was ever going to get it, but I did. Next thing you know, my lower back is killing me and I’m drenched in sweat at 1:00 AM. Not fun. I didn’t feel I was going to die. Nor do I feel that at this very moment (I’m not cured yet). But I do feel like shit, but, weird shit. The best way I can describe Covid is when you took acid or any other psychodelic drug, and you are constantly asking your friends if they…

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Mountaineer, writer, Stoic, Gryffindor.

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Ricardo Guaderrama Caraveo

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Mountaineer, writer, Stoic, Gryffindor.

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