On the morning of 22 March, virtually first day of partial lock down in India, where whole world is looking at us in anticipation with respect to ongoing surge of pandemic, I woke up with slight different experience and thought, I could hear more chirping of birds, cloud looked clearer and air little fresher. When we all are instructed to stay at home vis a vis work from home as well, our flying friends are out on a spree.
With lesser noise pollution and fewer cars on roads I guess it's time for them to explore. Situation is grave but it depends on our attitude how we going to take it. lt will pass though with few tales to be told to our future generations and also some lessons for us to revise what is good for mankind. Business loss, economic slowdown all make sense to fast moving world but when aspects like this arise we all understand what is more important. Moreover in the days of crisis we realise the worth of normalcy and routine.
Let us stand United maintaining some distance, to fight this disaster. And on a hind sight let us ponder where we are heading and take advantage of this uncalled situation and look forward to slow down. I wish we all come out victorious and defeat this invisible monster however I have learnt the importance of taking a pause. Happy slowing down.