Corona Crisis in its stages, as epidemic, pandemic and gradually advancing into endemic is teaching us new lessons in individual health consciousness, sustaining immunity, maintaining physical distance and all together, reminding us of the lifestyle of our ancestors - a way of living closer to nature.
Lock down has invoked a boon for me to unlock my potentials. And the physical distancing has enhanced my social attraction in the vicinity of the neighborhood, which was otherwise unattended due to involvement in the rat race.
The lockdown has taught me to evolve, upgrade and be resilient to change and overcome the challenges. Not everyone is lucky to see another day nor will we get a chance like this to be at home with people we love.
It appeared to be the end for Mankind with hundreds and thousands of people dying every day. Everyone was anxious about what’s going to happen next. Then one evening, everything changed.
Being an educator, I wish to impart knowledge not only to my students, but to all the persons of society by which one can make their life worthful, happy and peaceful in every situation.
In these times of lockdown, we may sometime lose hope and feel despair and pessimism slowly enveloping us. You can never expect to succeed if you only put in work on the days you feel like.
Catastrophe is what comes to anyone’s mind when all could be seen is merely desolation. A while ago, it was all chirpy, human prowling exasperatedly which now seemingly has come to a standstill.
We started online classes from Pre-primary to Class X using the Zoom App. Up to Class V students, along with one of their parents had to attend the online class. For Pre-primary, our main focus was towards parents.