The year 2020 is difficult for all of us, and we have seen many ups and downs in the first half year itself. This year we are going through Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic because of which we are locked in our homes. All the things like work, gym,mall, society around which our lives revolved seems us now so temporary.
It has taught us, at last, our home and valuable relationships is with us in every situation which keeps us safe. We all have learned something in a good or a bad way from this year. I would like to share the lessons which I have learned during this roller coaster year 2020 in 8 points.
Treasure your loved ones a little more every day, hug them a bit tighter, talk to them for longer as you never know when is the last time you are doing so. In this pandemic situation, we have realized our lives and lives of our loved ones is the only treasure we have.
As the people you give and receive energy from are very important which affects your mental state directly. Though we cannot meet our loved ones and have to maintain, social distancing” in this situation but yes we can be there for each other through calls or playing online games. Earlier, due to busy schedules we could not have that hours of conversation or time to play virtual games which actually helps us in healing our pains and mental stress. So, we should value every life around us and cherish every moment with your loved ones.
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