A viewing from a construction site near our apartment, on Christmas day.
To keep their families happy with good food and living environment, these daily wages workers cannot take a day off, even on Christmas Day.
It’s easy to complain about what’s wrong. It’s hard to come up with solutions to fix the problem. My former manager at LivingSocial said, “Be a problem solver, not spotter,” and I’ve taken this advice to heart in my everyday life. If you see a problem, don’t address the situation with what’s wrong; address the situation with an answer. If you don’t have a real solution, wait until you do. Sarah Ware, Markerly
I just had a cup of boiled water with added sugar and colour for Rs.10 from trivandrum railway station. They call it as TEA.