Corporates Invade our Homes? A grandson G was attending a video conference with his Manager who was upset over the background noises. The G turned around and told his grandmother to keep quiet. She walked towards the G , to take a look into what he was doing and saw a person on the Monitor and asked, “Who is he?” Then G muted his audio and video and said, “He is my Manager”. She said, “I want to talk to your Manager”. But G was reluctant. By the time the Manager started pinging G and the G unmuted to talk and his grandmother shouted, “Manager I want to talk to you". The Manager agreed and the G unmuted the video. The grandmother, with a smile said, “Namaste” and introduced herself and the Manager also greeted her. She said, “You look upset”. The Manager said, “Yeah, some kind of work tension, a lot of noise around your house and we are not able to complete the meeting in time”. The Grand Mother asked, “May I help solve your problem?” Her grandson G was stopping her and telling her to keep quiet. The Manager said, “It’s ok, let her speak”. The Grandmother narrated, “Once there was a Young man, who sat under a tree for taking rest. He was continuously hearing a bird’s sound. He lifted his head and seeing a bird, started chasing it, so that he could peacefully take some rest. The bird came closer to him and said, “You are taking rest under my nest. I will not ask you to leave this place but you should learn to co-exist with us”. The Grandmother looked at both of them and said, “Your Home is your nest” where you are supposed to take rest and bond with your dear and near ones. I do understand the Covid-19 situation, but you should also understand that our home is not your office. When we come to visit our family members at your office place, we are expected to behave professionally or maintain a certain decorum. Similarly, when you are using our home for your office work, you should understand the situation at our home. There is nothing wrong with working from home, but remember, it is the family members benevolent nature, that is keeping the corporate world functioning today and the economy running. She looked at the manager and asked, “Am I correct ?” The Manager’s mother peeped in the field and said "You are absolutely right”.