The 21-day-lockdown has forced people to experiment with new things to keep boredom away
Guwahati: Due to the corona virus outbreak, the world and humanity as a whole are at a tipping point. The panic and paranoia is the new normal. Amidst these trying times many are finding ways to keep themselves positive.
Human beings are born to do something or the other. We might feel that all we want to do is take rest and do nothing but your body after a few hours will get bored of resting as well. Moreover, even science supports the statement of “An idle mind is a devil’s workshop,” and it is also good for your mental health to keep yourself busy one way or the other.
This lockdown is imperative to help curb the infective Covid-19. Since a vaccine against this virus is yet to be discovered, our only best chance of winning against it is physical isolation which includes staying indoors. Hence, with free time on your hands, it’s not too late for any of you to experiment on new things and enhance your skill-set as well.