With the pandemic, lockdowns and curfews life is struck somewhere within concrete walls. One has to think many times, before taking one step out of house, ofcourse with many precautions.
Eventhough we are slowly adjusting our lifestyles but still there is a longingness to reach out to the nature and outdoors.
Many of us must have planned holidays after the lockdown is over and counting days to escape in the serenity of nature. But, before unleashing out, we must be careful not to disturb the restored ecology and act responsibly adopting responsible tourism.
It’s a blessing to live in a place which is surrounded with ecologically healthy environment. We must act responsibly while travelling to the remote destinations so as not to disturb the environment and ecological of the area. Interestingly nature revived itself while we were locked indoors.
In the rat race somewhere, we were undermining the basic essence of life.
But, I feel, this pandemic has reintroduced humanity to human beings. This corona pandemic has taught many lessons to the humanity and above all to live in conformity with nature.
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