Lockdown - A So-called Nightmare
Lockdown - A So-called Nightmare2 mins 300 2 mins 300
Thanks to the corona virus, I now know the number of tiles at my house. When I first found out about the lockdown, I totally freaked out. The nightmare had already begun, staying home with my family, not meeting my friends, not eating street food. To be honest, I was totally bored, I didn’t know what to do all day. I even got bored of reading books and watching series. But then I realised, time had stopped during lockdown. Everybody now had the time to do the activities that they’ve always wanted to do. Staying at home I gave more time to myself, to explore my interests, enhance my skills and nurture myself. I started painting, practising tabla, cooked food (which I never thought I could’ve). I had time to think about where my life was heading, where I really wanted to be in the future. I realised I can’t let this lockdown stop me from growing. No matter what the circumstances one must always grow and grow. We’ve all been at a point in life where everything is messed up and we can’t find a way out. This is the time to sort everything. Lockdown teaches us that to be happy we don’t really need anybody, we should entertain ourselves, make ourselves happy. This is what I’ve done in the past 3 months, I’ve made myself happy.