At the moment, while countries across the world are competing in a macabre race to be the ‘first’ to discover an effective vaccine, the irony isn’t lost on anyone. Relax — this is not the
As of now, nobody has an answer. Everybody is equally clueless. There are ‘expert opinions’ galore from just about anybody who can pronounce ‘corona virus’. I receive at least ten authoritative tips a day from people I barely know. The last one urged me to bathe twice daily with neem paata soaked in the bathwater. Why? ‘’Because neem is a powerful
What we are going through at the moment is a modern-day version of a World War-III. Given the shortages, hardships, curfews and casualties, how different is it, really? Instead of bombs raining down on our heads, we are battling lethal microbes the human eye cannot detect. Aerial attacks — well, they are on! Forget it, I tell myself, when my spirits hit rock bottom. Why focus on the negatives? Why remain down in the dumps? There is going to be no silly season this year — or next year. Deal with it. Sensibly. Do not give in to despair. Remember— eating well is still the best revenge. There is gorgeous fresh produce available in the market… and accessing it from home has never been easier. Feed the body and the mind. Keep both strong and healthy.
I ordered the best onions I have ever tasted from a stylish
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