Our inability to meet physically developed new methods of learning and communication. Covid made us efficient in the field of technology
I had plans, solid plans because I had just finished school and was keen to enjoy my 3 months before jumping into my college life. Every other day, I was dreaming of going on a tour or having a gala time with friends.
But time wasn’t in my favour. With the outbreak of Coronavirus, I had to welcome the government’s decision of imposing ‘lockdown’ in the country and scrap off all my holiday plans. And this made significant changes in the daily life of every Indian man, as our movements were restricted.
With every single news of covid/death/sufferings, my worries heightened. I feared that corona can knock my doorstep if I do not adhere to the guidelines of the government. This brought the sense of uncertainty, worry and uneasiness.
Though 2020 can be called as ‘Black year’. It had hidden many good things in its shell. It made me (rather entire human kingdom) think about those aspects of life that remained ignored for many years.
In a way, I enjoyed the solitude that covid had to offer. We had ‘time’, the most precious thing one could ever ask for. I used this time to hone my soft skills and work on my favorite leisure time activity i.e. cooking. Above all, it enabled me to introspect and plan things accordingly.
Our inability to meet physically developed new methods of learning and communication. Covid made us efficient in the field of technology. However, we are still fighting this battle of coronavirus, let us hope that 2021 be a year free of coronavirus and bring lots of happiness, joy and positivity in our lives.