This lockdown is an extraordinary situtaion. Face masks, sanitizers, work from home and online education is the new normal.
Help the world has become a new endeavor and virtual world has been choked with all kind of teachings, guidance and knowledge to ease the woes of all. And in the process missing out the immediate surroundings.
On the teachers day (even though bit late on that) I salute the extraordinary GURU in my life- My MASSI (mother’s sister) . When people are running out to save the world, she is quietly working her magic to make things easy for just one little one -her grandson Summer.
Sumeir is just 4 years old, for him online classes and learning doesn’t mean a thing. He is naughty, fun-filled, innocent and playful child. But this society doesn’t care for his dreamy world , for them what matters is piling the syllabus, discipline , homework on to him.
To make life easy for her grandson Chander created such a beautiful and unique concept of learning with a dedication and passion that it just left me speechless. I have dedicated several posts to her, but this is not just a post. It is gratitude for her selfless and loving personality.
When I asked her what is keep her so busy that she hardly has time to talk ?
Her simple reply humbled me . In her own words
“I have created a small class room in the home to create an environment for joyful learning for my grandson Sumer,who is 4 yrs old.l just wanted to share with you because its not only helping Sumer but me also.lt proved to be a stress buster during lockdown period,ofcourse it is a continuous process.Now l am strong believer,if at all we can do something for our children that is going to help us more physically,mentally,emotionally and give us a feel of fulfillment.”
The video and the pictures were clicked just impromptu. she did not have any idea that I would be uploading it here.