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Jan 18

CARPE DIEM

CARPE DIEM ‘Focus on the good and the good increases’ Finally, we have ended the year 2020. The year that we are probably going to remember. The catch here is that the year has been memorable not just because of the emergency created by pandemic but also because of the opportunity that many people got…

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Learning to Cook in 14 Days! It is 15th August 2020, our Independence Day! Jai Hind to all my fellow Indians! Just before my lunch break I connect with Mrs. Sudha Moorthy (No No…not the Infosys Matriarch) a 52 year old lady now living in Pune, Maharashtra. This is a Telephonic Follow-up call for persons…

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Where there is a heart, there is a way! | My StepOne Journey When this year, 2020, started, scarcely did one think of how it would evolve. Come March 2020, the whole of humanity was enveloped in a crisis. As my organization declared work-from-home for 3 weeks in a row, followed by a country-wide lockdown…

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l have met GOD! It is 7 pm when Mr R. Iyyer (78 / M) picks up my call. I hear Beethoven’s 5th Symphony playing in the background as a deep voice says “Hello! May I know who is calling me?” I quickly introduce myself and state the purpose of my call is to inform…

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I cheered her up by sharing the fact that young people with Covid-positive status, who have Anosmia, meaning have lost their sense of smell, seem to have the least virulent strain of Covid-19 virus as shown by the global data.

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The main thing to notice is the stigma and the complete lack of understanding of emotional wellbeing. Awareness is crucial in these critical times, and how the issues can be resolved is very important.

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Children may not appear to be the primarily-impacted in the COVID-19 pandemic. However, the broader impact of the global pandemic can be catastrophic on children. It can create lasting impacts on children and long term consequences for society as a whole.