If there is more than a century to go, before we finally ‘Break the Bias”, then every International Women’s Day we need to take stock of and find ways to address the challenges that emerge on the journey.
Pandemics in history changed the way we lived. COVID is no different.
The small break of three days in Dharamshala was about breathing again. Literally and metaphorically.
. Celebrating World Bicycle Day makes us focus on this simple yet efficient partner of human life.
As the trajectory of virtual healthcare moves ahead, there is a learning curve for both providers and patients for efficient results. How well we navigate this and help each other in moving along will determine our state of well being.
If anything this wave has taught us, it is that our support net are other people – those you know or even don’t.
The year gone by has seen the gradual ascent of women in many fields, but the shadow of the pandemic looms large on the gains made in the past in the arena of gender equality.
As we deal with the aftermath of the pandemic and rebuild economies and lives it is an opportune moment to delve into alternate ways to grow and live. For individuals, communities, cities and nations this is a time for a reset and new beginnings.
We need to practice cyber hygiene as carefully as we protect our physical selves and possessions.
In retrospect I find, being confined to a room for more than a month due to COVID19 made me realize and learn a lot of things.