We all want one thing uplifting to start out the week with. The promise of a busy few days forward after leisure and leisure over the weekend steadily units the hashtag #MondayMotivation trending on Twitter firstly of the paintings week. For businessman Anand Mahindra, ‘Monday Motivation’ got here within the type of a heartwarming video which displays youngsters taking part in in a village. The video was once shared on Twitter by means of Manoj Kumar, CEO of Naandi Foundation.
Mr Mahindra, who chairs the board of the Naandi Foundation, hailed the video for its “uplifting” high quality and stated that it showcased the easier pleasures of lifestyles. He additionally added that the fast clip gave him the Monday motivation he had to ‘slide’ into his digital place of work. Mr Mahindra, 65, has been running from house all the way through the coronavirus pandemic like thousands and thousands of others internationally.
The 22-second clip displays a gaggle of youngsters sliding down a dirt hill right into a lake or river. Their improvised sport elicits cheers and laughter from everybody.
“Perhaps in a post-Covid world we’ll all place greater value on the simpler pleasures of life. Gives me my #MondayMotivaton to ‘slide’ into my virtual office!” wrote Anand Mahindra whilst sharing the video on Twitter. Take a take a look at it beneath:
Indeed one thing uplifting about this video Manoj. Perhaps in a post-Covid international we’re going to all position larger price at the more effective pleasures of lifestyles. Gives me my #MondayMotivaton to ‘slide’ into my digital place of work! https://t.co/B2xdXUPrys
— anand mahindra (@anandmahindra) July 6, 2020
The video has been seen over 86,000 instances at the microblogging platform. Many within the feedback segment agreed with Mr Mahindra.
— Shyam satish (@shyamsatish) July 6, 2020
Children to find pleasure and magic in issues coz they search for it!????
— Utkarsh ???????? (@iamutr179) July 6, 2020
Anand Mahindra has just about eight million fans on Twitter and steadily stocks humorous, considerate and entertaining posts that catch his eye. Last 12 months, he had shared a photograph of youngsters playing carrom with a board drawn in dust, calling it “inspiring”.
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