SHORTENING the journey to health

I was in an office near Grand Central Station, New York, when the lights went out last month. So that night I joined the millions of New Yorkers who were walking home.

Some people lived just a few blocks away. My trip, door-to-door, was about seven miles. That was a good hike, but for some friends, my home was their halfway point, and they still had a couple of hours more walking to go. For most people, although the walks were certainly long, the destination was, nevertheless, clear — home. You knew it was there, and you just kept walking until you reached it.

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