This is what I thought to myself while scrolling through Insta on another mundane evening. To say I was wrong would be an understatement. A massive one at that. . . Little did I know how much we undermined the problem. Little did any of us know how the world would change. But it did. … Continue reading “They’ll discover the cure soon enough.”
I am 19 years old and never thought that such a scary period will come in my life. I was preparing for my entrance exams suddenly news came that there will be a complete shutdown in the country. It was so shocking and hard to believe. I never thought that such a small organism can … Continue reading Shutdown
It was over a hearty breakfast with my doctor at his residence in Jaipur (India) when I decided to pen down articles, a conscious effort to spread awareness on 'Rare Health Conditions' realizing that even Google was ignorant while answering my queries. Revisiting the dark tunnels of my memory, it was a horrifying evening walk in … Continue reading Health adversity manifested into a gift !!
Albert Camus’ novel The Plague starts with rats dying, followed by a tsunami of human deaths. The leaders are reluctant to acknowledge the epidemic initially but are soon forced to take the situation seriously. With martial law imposed, no one is allowed to enter or leave the city. Being unable to communicate with or see … Continue reading Post Covid World
Covid-19 has infected people all over the world. To prevent the virus from spreading further, countries have been put under lockdown. People are reporting particular negative effects on their mental health and well-being as a result of their anxiety and tension over the coronavirus, such as trouble sleeping (36%) or eating (32%), increased alcohol use … Continue reading Listening
Competition is necessary to determine the best-suited candidate for any task. It’s not limited to humans only. It has always been an integral part of nature. Darwin’s theory of natural selection roughly meant that the species which adapts the best to the conditions survive while others perish. That is a competition for survival, plain and … Continue reading Competition, Comparison and Psychology.
Do you frequently scroll your google news feed? Do you tip and tap your fingers on Instagram? Are you mindlessly watching Youtube, paying a view to any catchy lines you encounter? Do you feel uncertain about the future? Is there an upsurge in your stress level? Do you feel the need to escape your immediate … Continue reading Pandemic and Mental Health
“The Only Constant in Life is Change.” Heraclitus The world is changing with each second whether it is living or nonliving. Change is the fundamental nature of the universe and at the moment we do not have tools to stop nature from evolving, improving or changing. If we try to resist change, if we try … Continue reading Understanding Life
“Plastic is a menace to the environment”, I have been listening, reading and even effortlessly writing this in my EVS exams since I was a child. I did not understand the "big" concepts of reducing plastic pollution back then, but it turned out that not much had changed in neither my understanding nor my habits. … Continue reading Plastic – ity to solution, not pollution
"The best way to predict the future is to create it. " Peter Drucker COVID 19 crisis like any other crisis is a double whammy for millions of service class individuals. Proving to be a nightmare for the economic sector, we see large-scale layoffs and pay cuts, leaving many skilled people without jobs. While experts … Continue reading Entrepreneurship For Society