In this age of cowering Covid contagion, there are these creepy yet cordial contagions – laughter and yawn – which become worse and uncontrollable the harder I try, and that too, always at the wrong times!
Most of us, who aren’t currently handling public responsibilities, enjoy the quarantine though might be unwilling to admit the same.
In India, it’s been exactly a month today since the lockdown began. At a time when the entire human family is under a crisis, here are my observations on the lockdown being a welcome development in societal behaviour.
➼ Self-analysis and lone time have made a few realise their true interpersonal behaviour. Few introverts have concluded that they aren’t so really, and look for the time when they can get out and socialize. Few extroverts feel their me-time totally impressive, and plan to get back more often. Continue reading
Here’s a snippet from UNESCO in its original words:
“World Book and Copyright Day is a celebration to promote the enjoyment of books and reading. Each year, on 23 April, celebrations take place all over the world to recognize the scope of books – a link between the past and the future, a bridge between generations and across cultures.
By championing books and copyright, UNESCO stands up for creativity, diversity and equal access to knowledge.”
23rd April is a symbolic date in world literature. It is the date on which several prominent authors, William Shakespeare, Miguel de Cervantes and Inca Garcilaso de la Vega all died.