Learn to ignore unnecessary information. Further, don’t try and quantify everything in life – enjoy activities without tracking outcomes!
. Simple steps like turning off appliances, lowering volumes in private spaces, regularly maintaining our vehicles and other appliances, and wearing ear plugs if needed can be made a part of life.
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.
The charm of star filled skies can return to our cities with focus on responsible lighting.
. Celebrating World Bicycle Day makes us focus on this simple yet efficient partner of human life.
The Covid-19 virus will be conquered – either by medicine, time or nature. Then how will it change the world? That is the question that engages us the most now.