“Look for the good in life right now, simple stuff, nothing complicated,” says Dr Shehnaz Tapal, an educator of well-being, referring to self-isolation that people are putting themselves in during the coronavirus outbreak.
For many this could mean the day beginning with a leisurely breakfast of fresh, crispy paratha accompanied with an egg of your choice; a thick cup of doodh-patti, not having to get dressed for work but chilling in your comfy clothes.
Because, warns Dr Tapal, also a yoga instructor, when people are stressed, they instinctively look for what is threatening. “We allow fear to control us and don’t see what’s good right in front of us.”
Read more: https://www.dawn.com/news/1542699/