Saying goodbye to 2020, a year fraught with hardships and distress is turning out to be more emotional than we expected!
Twitteratis Share Their Thoughts
A Year of Hardships
This year has been tough on each person we have come across, we have connected with, and we have known. As parents struggle to homeschool their children, children struggle to remain home, jobs become #WorkFromHome, and loved ones fall sick, we have faced distress.
A year full of hardships.
Another year had ha passed in our life. Are we prepared for Akhirah?
Are we practicing Muslim.?
Past: Repent for sins
Present: Practice Deen from today onwards.
Future: Tomorrow is promised to no one.#MusharrafMagray #HappyNewYear2021 pic.twitter.com/73YwvR6bHM
— Raja Musharraf Magray (@MusharafMagray_) December 31, 2020
It’s true that to each person, their struggles are the priority, but when the news keeps spewing one bad news after another, it takes a toll on your mental health too. We have lost so many renowned celebrities this year, countless ordinary citizens, loved ones, and nature again.
Leave It All Behind
Though we can not be sure of what 2021 has to offer, we can be hopeful? We have become afraid of optimism in 2020 after being disappointed so many times. However, a new day is dawning, shouldn’t hopes be too?
Twitteratis have the same thoughts. Here’s your insight into what people across the world are thinking:
#lastdayof2020, one of the most significant and hardest years. Let’s hope & pray that the new year would bring more positivity, happiness & good health. ♥ ☺ 😍 #GoodBye2020 #Hello2021 pic.twitter.com/iduKqDnnrq
— Sajithra Perumal (@SajithraP) December 31, 2020
— The Livestock Collective (@livestock_the) December 31, 2020
What Can You Fit In A Few Seconds?
This video curated by someone shows the amount of grief and terror one can encapsulate in just a few seconds. The video is a round-up of the worst events that affected us in 2020, and it is truly astounding.
— Alok 8 (@Alok8424) December 31, 2020
A Twitter user also shared this post that touched us profoundly. Often we take for granted how time passes us by. On a micro level, we’re fixated on giving each day and getting the work done without realizing soon; this will be years.
This touched my heart.
— 𝒞𝒫 (@Savageee365) December 31, 2020
The next year will be merry for some while grieving for the others, or it can be both.
As we approach the new year, let us vow to be healthier and savor each day. There are good things to come!
What Did You Start This Year?
This year was also a year of firsts for many. Those who never stepped a foot in the kitchen now became #quarantinechefs while others started a new hobby.
— Sara⁷ 🧸 (@bts_lightss) December 31, 2020
The quarantine was a blessing in disguise for many, too, as they learned to follow their hearts and become one with their true calling. Did you have any passion that was always unfulfilled, and did you start it this year?
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