A Leap Forward.

Hello friends, in this post we will take stock of the act of leaping forward of the mankind amidst the much bruised and battered world. In the last one and half years the people in general and their views about life and lifestyle has been drastically altered. Almost the entire world barring the country of origin, perhaps, had to bear the brunt of the incessant onslaught of the invisible enemy, in continuous installments. In the hour of crisis on our very survival, the humanity has resurged with added vigour. We are much more conscious and ready to help the people in need around us. It’s really heartening and encouraging signs, an assurance that we’re eventually going to pull through.

It’s indeed no mean feat for the humans to develop the vaccine and inoculate so many people in such a short time, the process would otherwise have taken four to five years to complete. The tireless collaboration between the governments and the vaccine makers has done the magic. Some may opine that the selfish monetary gains are behind the zeal of the vaccine makers. It might be a point of consideration, yet we must accord them the credit of making the vaccine available in such a large numbers in such a short time. Although more is yet to be done in this area to make us all safe, we’re at least moving in the right direction.

Another trend worth mentioning is the coming together of large pharma companies in innovation and development of the new antiviral drugs which could reduce the severity and hospitalisation due to the disease to a large extent. These kind of cooperation was quite rare earlier.

Now the private companies have become much more perceptive of the hardships faced by their employees and dealing with them as much humanely as possible. They are trying their best to ensure that their employees are least discomforted by the turmoil, which wasn’t the case before.

The people have also become much more compassionate towards their household employees like maidservants, cooks, drivers and begin to treat them with the additional empathy. The past indifference has been replaced by genuine care. Even people are more than ready to help out the strangers in need.

We have all seem to have rediscovered the true meaning of life bestowed to us by the Almighty. The resilience of mankind is manifesting itself like never before. The German philosopher most rightly and eloquently said, “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger”.

Friends we all have to be strong and stand up for each other and the storm would pass us by. Let the glory of love, affection and brotherhood spread far and wide so that nobody feel leftout or lonely.

Published by MousumiSays

An ardent crusader to make the world a better and safer place to live in. Likes to remind the mankind their basic instinct of resilience in the face of adversity.

33 thoughts on “A Leap Forward.

    1. I also hope, Cheryl, that the good trend continue after the pandemic too. If people keep aside their petty selfish gains and think about general well being of the mankind, the world would be better place to live in…Have a cheerful weekend. Enjoy!!❤❤❤

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    1. Thank you very much. You are absolutely right, the pandemic has brought all the countries closer and helping each other out… A lot of good wishes and regards for you and your family 🙏🙏🙏 Stay happy and safe.

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  1. Very much-needed positive inspiration Mousumi, well penned about the current situation of life. Below lines are very very true👍

    The resilience of mankind is manifesting itself like never before

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  2. The growth we are showing due to the pandemic and responses is a breath of fresh air. We see each other again and that seeing had turned to acting and caring. This is a treasure. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. That is such a positive outlook.
    I agree, We get more close to our family. We saw neighbors doing things to help each other whether singing a song from a balcony or doing things for the needy. Every cloud has a silver lining.

    Thank-you for this.

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