Post Mortem

Waiting for post-pandemic day

By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 4/28/2021 12:58:06 PM IST

 Human race of our time is in its worst of the history. We have been thrown out of gear. Anxiety and confusion for students and parents is all about education and employment. There are people in a hurry; implicitly arguing against losing an academic year, thereby delaying of employment. They race to the edge of raging river as if they could go ahead of others, but no difference, not a step ahead of the band could they move. 

This is pandemic, the biggest taker of human life, and the most potential cause of population stabilizer of the human world. Whether we like it or not, it is just that. Wars and floods come next among the causes of de-population. Parents make unnecessary grumbles at the loss of one academic year for their wards, but wherefore could they go? What else could they do? So, better go back inside home, sing some hymns and spend some short time of prayers with children. You never did get such a time before, and may neither in future. This is emotional fight against the most formidable war. The psychic strength of the adults and parents can steer clear the much confused and depressed children to the shore of hope and confidence.

Material loss for institutes, business community and even religious communities will one day see resilience and resurrection sooner than later. We are super heroes among all the living creatures for being superior in reasoning faculty. Human faculty of adaptation to harsh circumstances has been the sustained reason through the ages. We should not be baffled with the “True or False” question in the test of Corona virus. Super brains seized this opportunity to play with innocent people. Their cooked up or genuine philosophies surrounding Covid-19 put us into helpless assumptions and theorizations. 

Victims’ mortality in hospitals raises frightening questions about truthfulness and moral ethics of medical  practitioners, and the kidney and organ theft stories bring chills down our spine. These may be rumours or un-rumours, nobody knows. There seemed to be no stories of those criminals having shown the door by authorities. Oh my God, this demonic fishing in troubled water in the literal game of life-taking is horrific. The devils are making hay now for the next opportunity may or may not strike.

Back to education, let us not worry in breaking the academic session. Do not rush for degree, life is important than a piece of paper. Parents should not pressure too much on their children, they have enough of their own and untold tensions. Just because they do not tell you everything, that does not mean they do not think. Your anxiety will aggravate the pent up emotions of your children. 

Dr. K. Nishena Nekha, Principal, Zunheboto Govt. College, Zunheboto

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