What can you learn from 10 days without electricity?
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In India long power cuts are quite normal. Plenty of times I feel relieved that there’s no light. Children come out to play, I see aunties coming out on our street and start chatting about random things. Being a 90’s kid I can recall that this was all normal when I was a kid, and each evening you could see the same kind of scenery whether or not there was an electricity. 
I think over the time as the power of mobility grew over us this kind of things have stopped. People like to socialize online rather than in person which makes me think What the Hell is wrong with people, why can’t they be happy rather than showing off that they are happy.

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