Lock down lessons I learnt being at home.

Bangalore, India
June 11, 2021 6:27am CST
Stopped watching news its just too much drama, i can't take it anymore fake media. Stopped Counting deaths every where, its a natural cause can't do anything. The happiest time spend with family after long long time. Believe and pray to god, we just forgot some one is their above. All super natural remedies which is of no use unless we fight with our own immunity. Oh god this one is seriously true, less time on Facebook and WhatsApp forwards..... Now even sharing this news with your loved one's also danger, it will make them depress leading to mental health problems. Just having faith in god this too will pass.
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@ankurdini (349)
11 Jun
Yes, these time of period news is most powerful tool to spread positivity and negativity. But its disappointed that news mostly fake now. We can't believe in news channel. Its true that this pandemic, family comes more close but we will also don't forget this pandemic made most people life worst and it's not natural cause. It's man made mistakes.
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• Bangalore, India
12 Jun
It's man made mistake but we can't forget the innocents who lost their life due to this. It makes us sad.
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@msdivkar (22783)
• India
11 Jun
Greatest benefit of this pandemic and lockdown is the quality time we spend with our family. You are right about it. Also nice to stay away from negative news.
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• United States
11 Jun
@msdivkar I agree with you. It's good to try to find the positive things about the pandemic, like it gave me a lot more time to read!
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• Bangalore, India
12 Jun
Yes very true, Its been long time spending time with family. I can see the smiling faces with our presence....
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@msdivkar (22783)
• India
12 Jun
@zabikhan09 Very true.
@iamrama (42)
12 Jun
The more we spend with our family the more we connect with ourselves. No one is as pure as our family
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• Bangalore, India
12 Jun
Yes that connection should be their for your own happiness and peace. It matters a lot.
@prashu228 (26654)
• India
11 Jun
That's how it should be, even I stopped watching TV , and just spend time with family
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• Bangalore, India
12 Jun
Yes end of the day family matters.
@arunima25 (59502)
• Bangalore, India
11 Jun
This too shall pass. I just stay away from negative news and negativity. A lot of made up fake news peddling around. I worked more on my mental peace in this lockdown
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• Bangalore, India
12 Jun
Really good to hear that.
• India
12 Jun
All i learnt is life is very fragile ... just stay in moment , one day at a time that's all
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@Rashnag (14384)
• Thane, India
11 Jun
Good to know. Yes everyone liked to spend time with family. I too don't watch news much
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• United States
11 Jun
@zabikhan09 My husband always watches the news and I find it too depressing. Sometimes I just leave the room when he has the news on so I don't get depressed. We both do have faith in God, but it's easy to forget that for some people when they are being bombarded with bad news on TV all the time. When the pandemic was pretty bad here in the states, I had to ask him to either turn the TV off or change the channel many times. He usually did.
• Bangalore, India
12 Jun
If we are in positive mindset, it should not effect i believe. Media we know very well how they react for simple things.
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@aidels (106)
• Philippines
12 Jun
One of the things I realized during this pandemic is the importance of the simple things we usually take for granted. Another is that despite the world being bleak right now, there are still some great humans out there. Lastly, that during the dark times, the Arts can help ease us along until the world gets back on its feet. Oh, and no matter how much you want to, do not oversleep.
@prinzcy (26993)
• Malaysia
11 Jun
As much as I don't want to watch the news, I still have to. It's important to be updated.