Shine Shetty talks about five things she realizes she took for granted
Winner of the popular Kannada reality TV show Bigg Boss Kannada season 7 Shine Shetty He has been doing his part by partnering with the police and distributing food to those in need. Free time in confinement has made me reflect on the things we take for granted in our lives, he says, and he shares five things that he now realizes he had taken for granted.
For a bachelor like me, it was easy to recover through online delivery on non-cooking days. But now, daily wage workers don't get food. It is time for us to realize the need to save food that we have taken for granted and even wasted. Extra food should be given to people who don't have it.
We have not spent enough time with our parents. Singles like me living in Bangalore must be missing their parents right now. I've been missing them and wish I could be with them now. It is a completely different feeling to be with the family.
It is also good to be surrounded by people we grew up with and I am sure that once the closure is over everyone will want to go back to their roots. I feel like I should have visited my hometown frequently when there were festivals, family gatherings.
Six months ago, in one I respected the food delivery people. Today, when the restaurants are closed, they are the ones who contact us to deliver food or even vegetables and our daily needs.
POLICE AND MEDICAL STAFF
We all stay safe at home, but the police and medical staff are working around the clock to keep us all safe in this time of crisis. They deserve respect for the kind of work they are doing to keep the country safe and we cannot forget the contribution of the pourakarmikas in Bengaluru who strive to keep our surroundings clean in the fight against COVID-19.