Time to focus on what matters & to get back to our roots & sanskriti!

India’s prime minister ordered all 1.3 billion people in the country to stay inside their homes for three weeks, the most severe action undertaken anywhere to stop the spread of the coronavirus, as far as I know.

Though India’s number of reported coronavirus infections remains relatively low – around 500. But the fear is that, should the virus hit as it has in the Italy or United States or China, the consequences would lead to a disaster far bigger than anywhere else.

The lockdown is bound to create substantial hardship for the poorer sections of the society & is going to hit already weak economy. The turmoil is expected to push not only India but whole world back into recession & perhaps weigh more broadly on the European economy, with the global disruption to supply chains & travel.

But what else cano be done!

There are so many rumours & news about virus, it’s origin & affects everyday that I don’t know which is true or which to believe.

Anyway, truth or lies… whatever, it really doesn’t matter anymore, for sure we all are affected by it.

I only know that we have to seriously try to protect ourselves, our families & all those who are around us.

Let us use this compulsory stay at home time to learn to pray & believe again, to get back to our roots & sanskriti, to learn to get along with those close to us, to learn to care about all others, to learn a new hobby, to learn to focus only on what matters & to spend time to get to know one another again.

Let your inspiring thoughts, comforting words, good deeds & your presence prove to be of tremendous value to your world.

I am continuously praying to my God to bless everyone who cares for the affected & protect all those who are still on duty & serving the nation. Let my Angels surround & protect each one of you as a matter of great deal to me.

Stay Blessed & Keep Doing The Best You Can!

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