Our economy has created countless possibilities to earn wealth, but we have always known that money must be created from something real. However, this does not apply to cryptocurrencies since billions of dollars are being created through a virtual process known as ‘mining’.
People claim that illiterates or ill-educated people can easily be persuaded with sugar-coated words. Some claim that faith is because of poverty. Because of these things gullible people can be tapped everywhere in the globe. But it is only partially true. Even the well-educated people, rich people and the people of developed as well as developing countries are also divided by faith and prejudice.
As patients and their families expect best possible care, they also have certain responsibilities including respecting hospital norms and following instructions from the doctors or other medical staff.
Due to the exaggeration of negative aspects and ignorance about many positive aspects in our daily life, frustration, hopelessness, irritation, annoyance, dysfunction etc have been growing in our society.
We already have warning signs from Chure and it’s now our choice - whether we want our society and civilization to collapse through inexorable exploitation of the environment or manage resources for co-existence and win-win.
Psychologically, we need to remain strong, bold, spirited, self-motivated and with strong willpower and a steadfast belief that we need to move on, life needs to continue and we shall conquer every trial and travail.
Every morning, the sun rises up on the horizon pouring down glimmer. Its rays sometimes get hidden by the fluffy pillow-shaped gray clouds in the clear blue sky and the birds resting on branches of trees relish the warmth of the rays. In the winter, the snowflakes fall down from the bright aquamarine sky like the shredded pieces of white tissue.
The coronavirus is not the only epidemic ravaging the nation, the epidemic of misinformation has also peaked, and is getting stronger. We have become more outraged, narcissistic, polarized and misinformed.
As the world marches into yet another year of coronavirus pandemic, the second wave of infections in India has reached record levels putting the country’s health care system on the verge of collapse. So, what went wrong, and what Nepal can learn from India.