We asked you, Dear Readers, to tell us how you spent five weeks during the lockdown and share your best memories with us.
Dr Vishwa Ratan, 65, an ophthalmologist from Patna, shares his story.
- DON'T MISS: What I did during the lockdown
The lockdown was a good opportunity for me to work out many ways to spend time in a positive and useful way.
Life gave me more than I could have asked during those 35 days of lockdown.
Sharing a list of things I did:
1. Reach out to my patients
Being a senior doctor, it was necessary to stay indoors from a safety point of view. But I was concerned about the patients I had been treating.
So, I took all calls from them and advised them accordingly.
And whenever I felt the need, I directed them to labs and advised tests that I felt were necessary for treatment.
That's how I helped my patients. I never lost touch with any of them.
I believe that where there is a will, there is a way.
Cooking was never my domain.
Gradually, during the lockdown, I have learnt to cook simple food items necessary for survival.
I realised that cooking is an art one should learn.
3. Revisiting old memories
For years, I had not seen my photo and stamp album.
Through them I could travel back into the years gone by which brought back pleasant memories in my mind.
Writing is my hobby and during this period I was able to complete a help book in ophthalmology, which I was unable to complete earlier due to my busy schedule.
5. Feeding the strays
I believe that care goes beyond human beings. So I made a routine to feed few street dogs. It gives me immense joy.
Most of all, I learnt the difference between Want and Need.
It has been more than five weeks since The Lockdown began.
How have you spent these days?
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