We live, as Charles Dickens may have verbalized, in the worst — also the most turbulent — of times. It is, however, hard to imagine that the great writer could have visualized the sinister COVID-19 tempest.
In the present context, the foremost thing that each of us could do is to make — not just attempt — a constant and resolute effort toward harmonious living and a good work-life balance while heeding medical advice. But we must also listen to our body’s signals and improve the quality and depth of our conscious awareness. In other words, we’d do well to unlock ourselves, during the lockdown, from meaningless trepidation and worry.