home and family, they did not show any willingness to meet the rest of the world. They were so much scared of coronavirus, they even stopped meeting with neighbouring families and relatives. We did not close our doors for others. Many people came to the door who didn't have money and had a scarcity of food also and most of the people helped them with an open heart. It was great an exhibition of human values. Coronavirus filled the hearts of people with human feelings and cooperation. However, some imposters would also come for getting some kind of help but people did not mind to help them too. I don't think if anyone would like to see another lockdown ever.
Keep your Face to the SunShine
During Corona, we restricted our movements and we tried not to meet others. There are two reasons for that. We may get infected from them or it may be vice versa. Some people used to say directly not to visit them. So I think meeting and helping people those times can't be taken as a selfish act.
Financially many people helped others. I know many people who cooked food and served many people who are not having food. Foodgrains were also supplied during that period. Many people are in touch with other friends and relatives on phone and used to know their well being.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease