Disasters did happen earlier also but we did not count them or follow them closely because we were busy in our own lives. We never had time to grieve for others or feel their pain. Now we feel because we are in some or the other way affected by corona ,so, can feel others grief too. We are either affected with poor business, job loss, pay cuts, infected by Corona Virus, feeling imprisoned in our own homes, or financial distress. When in pain, we relate better.
After a cloudy day, and pouring rain, sun shines better and pleasant too. So wait for the rains to stop, the sun is eager to shine. If we withstand this pandemic, we will flourish for the next 100 years. Life gives an accelerating push when it grows monotonous.
The rich are complaining that they’ll earn less. The poor are complaining that they have to take loans to feed their families and stay alive.
Covid infected are worried with the fear of death, uninfected are worried fearing that they might be infected.
People with salaries are worried that they have to compromise on their lifestyle or start spending their savings due to paycuts. Whereas people who have lost their jobs are worried that their financial committments will suffer.
The Govt is worried that the economy will be affected.
The women are worried that their isn’t any support of domestic help.
Men are worried that their freedom is compromised.
So eventually the complete picture shows everyone in worries, pain and cribbing about the scenario.
If there is less, there are worries, if there is least also there are worries, if there is nothing, also, there are worries. So shouldn’t we think deeply? Why are we worried? Because we always want a picture perfect life. When was life so? When will we develop acceptance and learn to be happy looking at the worse scenarios.