Albert Camus’ novel The Plague starts with rats dying, followed by a tsunami of human deaths. The leaders are reluctant to acknowledge the epidemic initially but are soon forced to take the situation seriously. With martial law imposed, no one is allowed to enter or leave the city. Being unable to communicate with or see … Continue reading Post Covid World
Month: July 2021
Covid-19 has infected people all over the world. To prevent the virus from spreading further, countries have been put under lockdown. People are reporting particular negative effects on their mental health and well-being as a result of their anxiety and tension over the coronavirus, such as trouble sleeping (36%) or eating (32%), increased alcohol use … Continue reading Listening
Competition, Comparison and Psychology.
Competition is necessary to determine the best-suited candidate for any task. It’s not limited to humans only. It has always been an integral part of nature. Darwin’s theory of natural selection roughly meant that the species which adapts the best to the conditions survive while others perish. That is a competition for survival, plain and … Continue reading Competition, Comparison and Psychology.