This is with regard to the recent article published by Dr. Majmudar,
The article is very timely and the attention it brings to mental health, particularly of children is heartening. Children, besides their vulnerability and being at an impressionable age, have paid the highest price. We would like to hear more about what can be done by parents and communities to help them. The article sheds light on many aspects, it is brief but dense.
“Have we mastered our learned lessons or will our fickle memory sequester it in oblivion?” is the question put forth by the author Dr. Majmudar.
The tragedy and loss is a great teacher. The lessons taught by it are of a lifetime– it could be bitter or sweet. It is Our choice, what we make of it.
One big lesson, I hope that we all learnt during these testing times is – How few are our NEEDS and how much load of WANTS we have been carrying.
In our search for independence and self-reliance we had forgotten the eternal truth – life is possible only by codependence and cooperation.
The author has done well in reminding us of our role and responsibilities. And the gratitude we all owe to those on the front line.
“The course of our actions will let us see who we are and who we are not. ”
So well stated by the author and it forces us to give a hard look at ourselves, our actions/inactions.
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