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A Child’s Diary: Saee Yogesh Kokil’s Corona Lockdown Days

We are encouraging children to write diaries and share with us. We are presenting Saee Yogesh Kokil, a 13-year old girl, who lives in Pune, India. Here are her thoughts as shared by her mother (no edits, no filters):

June 15, 2020

Loved the way humans showed humanity

This week passed away in a hectic manner. My online school was resumed, and we have loads of work to complete. In between them I don’t have time for myself, writing stories and poems.

In this week many of my textbooks ordered were received, I started to study by following my daily routine.
Still I have so much to do as my homework.

I strongly felt that how God has left his children so helpless in this situation, right? We are extremely forbidden that even if we see a person in need, we can’t do it, acting selfish even if we aren’t. This is because he wants to tell his white and red children of the fact that if you act selfish despite circumstance, you will be taken to such an extent of selfishness that you could not even see your near and dear ones …
Quite sadning huh……

On Friday I could discover my inner talent…
In my bio lecture I explained a short but an important topic to my friends and what a shot!! They all understood very well.

And yes, I got a cute little piggy bank from my grandparents, the one which sucks our currency notes like an automatical transaction machine. Amazing isn’t it?

But yes, this week I realized the importance of time management than blind wastage of it, happiness of small gifts than bigger ones, excavating my inner talent than pondering on other’s…


  1. अत्यंत छान माहिती.विशेषत:वादळ व हत्तीण यांचे वर्णन
    खूपच सुंदर.अशी डायरी रोज लिहीत गेल्यास ताई तू भविष्यात चांगली लेखिका नक्कीच होशील.खूप खूप

  2. Very Nice Diary. Happiness lies in small things. Baba is a great Hero for every Daughter. Two things are very nicely explained. Photos also are very good.

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