A lot of information has been shared online about the necessity of staying indoors during this devastating stage of the coronavirus pandemic. Right from scientists to journalists, everyone is recommending the common public to stay at home and be safe. Just when the coronavirus cases are rising, the news of deaths due to the complications of covid-19 is also increasing. Now even though the country’s official data claims that the deaths are quite less as compared to the huge population that India has, still there are many reports in the media that are circulating saying that we are still unaware of the exact number of cases and deaths.
Going outside your home is not a crime and no one can come and arrest you if you are found outside your home. However, to save humanity and to stop the transmission of the deadly coronavirus disease, it is better to stay inside at home. If you are a common man and do not fall under the professionals who are working day and night to ensure that our healthcare, essential supply system doesn’t collapse, then please give respect to your “life” and stay at home.
Outside is all chaos with so many things and discoveries being recorded every now and then. There is a whole lot of uncertainty in this kind of crisis times and hence, one should try to better understand themselves first than thinking about the situation outside. Yes, this is the best time for you to actually go inside, which means do self-reflection and find answers to the three main important questions of life: Who am I? Why am I here? What is my purpose in life? No doubt these question’s answers are not something you aren’t aware of, but if you really sit with your thoughts in a calm place in your house and meditate by going deeper within, you will reach a level of self-actualization, wherein you actually start knowing who you are and what is your purpose in life.