Quarantining stunning family time “art of harmony living” piece by
Jaya Ghosh & family
This beautiful piece of encouraging “Positive ways to live a healthy family life” is submitted by Jaya Ghosh, Test Lead at Dell & Piyush Patnaik, Director at Duff & Phelps .
These beautiful art & craft, a short video of 7 years old Yohaan spending good time with his working patents is encouraging particularly for children around the world!
This interesting piece about Covid19, the worst global pandemic condition is submitted by Jaya Ghosh & Piyush Pattnaik , Bangalore, India . It is a deeply moving piece of (art of harmony living at the time of quarantining) work that we feel fortunate to put it in our featured wall. Thank you, Jaya Ghosh, for your valuable contribution. We think it will surely comfort many families at the time of deadly covid 19 pandemic and back our mental health awareness campaign.
The world has changed. What started as a local issue in Wuhan, China has consumed the world now, forcing governments and corporations to take unprecedented steps. At the time of writing this article, the virus has effected close to 2 million people globally and killed more than 100,000 people. In India, there have been close to 10,000 cases with 275 deaths. The government was quick to respond and declared a lockdown across the country.
Amidst the gloom and doom, some brave heroes and foot soldiers continue to serve the rest of us, courageously. Hats off to the nurses, food and medicine delivery guys, transporters of essential items, security guards, helpers in kirana stores who have hung on and continue to put their life at risk, for us. Same goes for policemen, the armed forces, bureaucrats and the workers (who take the government order and implement them at a city, village, district level) and the likes. The above set of people, always go above and beyond and have a much deeper impact on the society.
Last but not the least, I want to call out the Doctors and the support staff (who, in these times, are serving and curing the critically ill) and the researchers who are developing means and ways to bring this epidemic to an end. We have always looked upto them but situations like these only increase our respect and make the future generation idolize the noble profession.
Human beings are known to be resilient. This too shall pass. Till then, lets be cautious, lets co-operate with the government/authorities, lets help the weaker sections of the society and neither create nor spread panic. Be strong, think strong.