Equality, freedom, and a violence-free life is the fundamental right of every woman globally. But, unfortunately, the world is still gender-biased to some extent, even if it has reached the glorious 2020 with the Utopian technical and scientific advancement shunning all the orthodox superstition and progressing towards equal rights and safety for the women.
Mobile phones have dominated our world and made it impossible to escape the prison it has created for us. It has become a daunting feature in our everyday lives which revolves around it in more ways than possible.
Gluing yourself to your phone is what the generation of today considers to be trendy. Scrolling down the social media feed, posting way too much personal information, and keeping yourself updated with other people’s lives has become important to everyone. However, we seldom fail to realize how much of our productive times we are willing to lose just to be on our phones.
The word ‘introvert’ is often mistaken as passive or anti-social people who according to the misconception are neither interested in things nor can take part in activities or extracurricular activities.
At the outset, this notion needs to be totally removed from the minds of people. Unless this misconception is gone, people will not be able to understand or explore the hidden talents of introverts.