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What Lessons Have You Learnt From Covid-19, Lockdown and the Hardship Currently? by Yungmil: 2:21pm On Apr 28, 2020
For me:

1. I discovered who my true friends are( a friend in need is a friend indeed)
2. Always save No matter how little you earn
3. Multiple Streams of income is key
4. The saying that spend your money now because nobody knows tomorrow is the same reason why one needs to save for rainy day(lockdown).
5. The Internet is awesome(online work)

These are mine share yours
Re: What Lessons Have You Learnt From Covid-19, Lockdown and the Hardship Currently? by utepu: 2:32pm On Apr 28, 2020
True talk my brother.
It has taught me to have a home base business ( by home base, I mean business you can do within our immediate environment like having a small neighborhood shop where small-small sales can happen when movement is restricted).

So many lesson this difficult time has taught me but I will end here for now.
Re: What Lessons Have You Learnt From Covid-19, Lockdown and the Hardship Currently? by strafist911: 2:35pm On Apr 28, 2020
Yungmil:
For me:

1. I discovered who my true friends are( a friend in need is a friend indeed)
2. Always save No matter how little you earn
3. Multiple Streams of income is key
4. The saying that spend your money now because nobody knows tomorrow is the same reason why one needs to save for rainy day(lockdown).
5. The Internet is awesome(online work)

These are mine share yours

Mine is:
* In this life, you are on your own.
*Be careful because some people are out there waiting to celebrate your downfall.
* Apart from your immediate family members, you have nobody.
* Our Leaders in this country are criminals/thieves & are wicked.
* Always save for the rainy day.
*Always involve God in your plans & never assume that you have every plan under control because Covid19 shattered many plans.
* I realized I can actually stay for a month or more without having sex. I thought that was impossible.
*After LOCK-DOWN, I need to change somany things about my life.
Re: What Lessons Have You Learnt From Covid-19, Lockdown and the Hardship Currently? by Enoch07: 2:43pm On Apr 28, 2020
am with u 100%
Re: What Lessons Have You Learnt From Covid-19, Lockdown and the Hardship Currently? by Nobody: 2:46pm On Apr 28, 2020
*The essence of having savings and food stuff at home.
*The world could be brought to a standstill and everyone made clueless.
*Our leaders are incompetent.
*People you think have money, don't have. Starvation forced them to ask their neighbors.
*Religious gatherings were made irrelevant.
*God proved to man that science > religion.
*The rich are also vulnerable. Death is inevitable.
Re: What Lessons Have You Learnt From Covid-19, Lockdown and the Hardship Currently? by slimfit1(m): 4:30pm On Apr 28, 2020
Nothing We don't learn nonetheless no comment

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