Hey readers! As promised we are back onto The New World Order to share some more articles to make sure you stay happy at your homes.
Today I will be talking to you about respect and gratitude towards others especially during this lockdown. Have you noticed any change in your routine? If yes, it would probably be that we have become busier doing the household work which the didis and bhayias used to do for us. During this time of crisis all of us must be doing some household work like, washing the dishes, cooking or cleaning the house etc… The point is that, all of us are realizing how relentlessly the workers work day in and day out to serve us and our homes and it is only humane to show our gratitude and appreciation towards them. Had we been at school, we would have done various activities on Labour Day to honour the workers in the school. From taking up small chores like dusting our classrooms, making nimbu paani and snacks for them to giving them Thank You cards of gratitude.
In this time of the lockdown when a family of 4, 6 or 8 only one member is stepping out of the house to pick up the bare essentials. In our household my father is the only one to step out of the house to either buy the vegetables from the vendor or to collect the milk basket order. Have you ever imagined the risk these people are taking to provide us with our basic essentials- They step out everyday to service us! What about the doctors and nurses who are staying away from their families in this time of crisis!?
We all have a chance to express our gratitude towards them. It is Labour Day on 1st May and we should say a big thank you to everyone who have made our lives easier and comfortable. This is our opportunity to tell them that they are an integral part of our life and our life is incomplete without them. Let’s all respect them and appreciate them for all that they do for us and let’s get a smile on their face. On this note, I will take your leave. I hope you all are enjoying the blogs me and my team are posting.
” It is only through labour and painful effort, by grim energy and resolute courage, that we move on to better things”
Stay home, stay safe!
Jiya Vig and Team