Gist of YOJANA : June 2021
14th Jun, 2022
The healthcare workers, frontline workers, doctors, researchers are facing enormous challenges one after the other. Long working hours in difficult and almost life-threatening conditions has taken a toll. Uncertainty and loss of lives around has affected the mental health of the society to a great extent. The pandemic has interestingly reconnected as well as alienated the world in a strange manner. People are stuck wherever they are, and nations are trying to help each other in form of vaccines, equipment, and aid. The enemy, this time, is common for the entire humanity. Given the way, it is unpredictable, unforgiving, and mutating, there is no other way to come out of this enormous situation unless equity, equality, and collective will is demonstrated by the governments and nations across the world. We are in this together, whether we sink or sail through, and of course all of us wish that there is a light at the end of this tunnel.
The challenge is enormous, and our resources will be depleted and stretched by the time things stabilise. Health is considered a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. It is for us now to identify and establish the crucial linkages with our environment and rebuild a better world.