Today we have a guest editorial from Nitin Bhojwani.
As we approach the end of 2020, I am sure most of us are reflecting back to see how this year of 2020, which brought a great deal of financial, mental and emotional turmoil, has affected our lives. Most of us, if not all, have struggled in one way or the other, trying to adapt to the new way of working, living and possibly thinking.
But, as I write this, I feel grateful to have come to the end of this year, in good health of mine and my families despite some being tested positive and hospitalized. I feel grateful for having a job which not only helps in my financial survival, but is also helping in my personal and career growth. I feel grateful that I have been able to use my time to fulfil one of my “One day, I will” goals of writing and publishing a children’s book (see link below); and also learn a new skill (magic tricks from a professional).
Though I count myself as one of the lucky ones who have managed to swim through this Tsunami so far, I am sure all of us can think of something positive to remember 2020 by. After all, if we don’t feel grateful for what we have, how can we be sure that “more” will make us happy.
Wishing you all a very merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.