We need to stop teaching clever reasons not to care.
We need to stop asking ourselves “I know it seems awful that children are sobbing in cages, but maybe there is another smart way to look at this.”
We need to stop trying to get points in intellectual games for not caring — for being funny, or having an interesting thing to say.
We need to stop separating who we are when we go to work and write things or say things from whom we really are. Because the things we write and say when we go to work are also who we really are.