When in isolation….


The world is using isolation as a solution to control the spread of corona virus. While we are isolated, nature has a free hand in healing itself without any interference from humans.

This is a time for introspection and for aligning ourselves with nature. It’s time to get along and support nature. It is a time for inner transformation at the individual level and as a collective human race.

We have to stop many past priorities and start living life with new priorities. Some key thoughts are given below.

Build a close relationship with nature and fall in love with it. This way you will protect it and live with and around nature.

Live a simple life which enables you to survive in unknown and uncertain environments. Practice a happy and minimal living.

Practice good social behaviour. Rumour mongering, sharing your speculation, spreading unconfirmed information all leads to more hatred in a society.

Learn to enjoy life without money. Discover the ways to do this. Happiness is a state of mind and does not need money.

When you earn money, save for the unknown future. Enjoy saving money rather than spending it unnecessarily on temporary pleasures.

Practice being alone. Learn to be silent and without thoughts. This will help you to be calm and courageous in all situations. circumstances.

Invest continuously in your health. Precautions should become a life style and not a forced and unhappy activity in your life.

Logic of staying Positive…


It is medically proven that being positive creates positive changes in the body which keeps stress away. Being positive in an uncertain situation is a challenge but if it helps why not.

Uncertainity creates fear and fear creates stress which negatively affects even the immunity of your body. Uncertainity can be only faced by being happy in the present.

Prepare your present to face an uncertain future. Focus on what you can do now which is under your control. Have faith in your own ability to face the future when it unfolds in time.

India ‘s Per Capita Syndrome


The world currently uses per capita figure as a measure to benchmark countries. The country of 2 people and 1 earning a 1 million and the other earning 100000 makes the per capita as 550000.

India has 1.3 billion people and imagine the skew the per capita can throw up. A developing country like India should have at least 10 per capita figure starting from the bottom 10% of population to the top 10% population.

Policies should be driven for each of the 10% population group with a target to move them to the next 10% per capita figure.

Policies should also be made to ensure that the top 10% and the bottom 10% come closer to each other over a period of time. This ensures distribution of wealth

This is critical for India to move towards a developed country and not a pseudo developed country based on an average per capita it currently uses.

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