The hand that rocks the cradle always rules the worldWhile talking to a group of plus two students in the recent past, I was able to notice a common thread that runs through all of them. The boys and girls were from different backgrounds. For most of them, mothers were their pillars of strength and the source supplying them with positive energy though in some cases the role of the fathers also were worth mentioning.
Some were doing some good social work, by emphasizing the value of social distancing and helping the police. They were sometimes given food by the local people, who appreciated their work. They formed small groups to help the vulnerable, in this case, the beggars and the very old people who had nowhere to go.
In the early morning hours, the volunteers were there at the bazaar, trying to enable the crowd to behave. They even distributed masks to those who did not wear them. It was then understood that local social club had sponsored the cost of around 2000 masks that were distributed to those who did not have them.
Yes, the hand that rocks the cradle still rules the world. To this day, and possibly for ever.