Supriya Sahu[1]


In this unprecedented time, while we’re surrounded by constant fear and being given instructions on how to best fight this pandemic, people have also become vulnerable to depression and various other mental illnesses more than ever. A sudden stop to all social activities, formal and informal gatherings have led to frustration and anger at homes which is also leading to rise in domestic violence all over the world. Even though, the pandemic has hit all of us tremendously, be it a student or a corporate employee, this is the time rethink and reinvent our lives. The time to educate ourselves and to rekindle our long lost passions, and even try to monetize it. Whether we realise it or not, it’s the best time to disconnect from the world for a while, as we already are, and go into solitude to re-discover ourselves for an even better tomorrow than what we had.


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