Those who longed to spend some time with the family are left with no choice but to spend all their time with the family. Adults and children are online at home, but the good part is they are productive and not wasting their screen time surfing the internet. The weekdays feel like weekends and weekends feel like bonus days. With so-called social distancing, venturing out is not an option and hence we could communicate with our relatives, friends, and neighbors only through phone. Amazon, FedEx, UPS, and USPS are delivering more packages now than ever before. Retailers and Pharmacies are selling more groceries, cleaning materials and medicines. Airlines, Cruise lines, Hotels and Restaurants are hurting. The US government is pumping in $2 Trillion into the economy to help businesses. What could we do over the weekend which appears to be a bonus day with no interaction with anyone outside? When the door is closed to go outside, it is a great time to go inside and learn more about ourselves. We are all bombarded with more and more news about the pandemic through televisions, newspapers, magazines and social media. One of the videos cautioned me that the fear of pandemic is worse than the pandemic itself. How do I keep my mind occupied without the mind racing towards the worst-case scenario? How do I apply my mind to go inside when my mind is inclined to go outside? When I practice removing the virus from my hands, by washing my hands with soap several times a day, I also visualize removing my desires and associated attractions from my mind by reciting Slokas several times a day. Whenever I cough and use tissue paper to avoid droplets falling on others or on the surface, I also practice silence as much as possible and when I need to talk, and I think carefully before uttering a word. I am realizing how many times I touch my face every day because I need to walk up to the nearest tap to wash my hands before I need to touch my face. I use that time to think about how to control my mind triggered by my senses and how much I am longing to go out and serve the people in need. I keep cleaning every surface frequently used often with a cleaning solution so many times a day, when I do that, I am conscious about how much dirt is inside my mind and think about solutions to wipe those thoughts clean. Whenever I keep 6 feet distance from everyone when I go to buy groceries and medicines, I think of the 6 feet space that everyone lies all alone at the end of all excitements called life. I also think of distancing myself from a bad company when I am still alive. Life is no longer consist of big ambitions at this point and every day spent in isolation without contracting the virus itself is a big accomplishment in my mind. Sometimes, the fear controls everything I think and do and other times, a philosophy that I live this life only once and why should I spend time worrying about something I don’t have any control over takes over. When I read the caution that if I show any symptoms like fever, dry cough or cold, I should contact my physician, it occurs to me that when I am overwhelmed with doubt, fear or anger, I need to go inside and find out the root cause of that problem and consult someone who can help me remove that doubt, fear or anger. Nature has pressed the pause button forcing us to stay inside our homes. As much as I keep wondering about the rationale behind nature’s action, several things come to my mind. When so many human beings suffer from temperature, I think of how humans warm up this planet through emissions. When many human beings are having respiratory trouble looking for ventilators, I take it as an instruction from nature to keep our atmosphere clean. Nature is instructing us to improve our collective consciousness to appreciate everything that is provided to us and reciprocate love.