Gratitude, value for time, friends and family: Interns interact with Kiran Bedi via Zoom, share lessons Covid-19 taught them
Bedi shared a short video of her interacting with interns on her Twitter page.
She shared a short video of her interacting with her interns on her Twitter page earlier today. “We did a Zoom linkage with our interns. When asked one (key) learning they have imbibed in this period of crisis, chorus was: gratitude, value for time, not to take gifts of nature for granted, being collaborative, value for friends and family bonding.”
Bedi’s tweet does not specify if this group of interns works with her or if she was participating in the exercise of online education, presumably for a newswire that she tagged in her tweet, with words, “Online education was working.”
We did a ZOOM linkage with our interns. When asked one learning they have imbibed in this period of crisis.Chorus… https://t.co/IYEXo1nNgU— Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi) 1586351561000
Irrespective, it appears to be a bunch that has learnt much in these unreal times. “The lesson I’ve learnt is to use time efficiently. Twenty four hours are a lot and I can do many things in (that time),” one of the interns can be heard saying in the video. Bedi agreed, adding that “plenty” can be done in 24 hours.