Katy Perry poses for picture.
Gulf Today Report
During these coronavirus times, resilience is key. It sums up how you tackle the pandemic and your attitude towards a disease that is nothing more than a global wrecking ball.
Even American singers are talking about resilience.
Take Katy Perry, for instance, who has been talking about this quality to tackle the various 'levels' of life.
"To get through the levels of life, you have to be resilient. I think sometimes when you say that, 'You are resilient', when you verbalise it, when you give it energy, is when you actually become resilient," Perry said, during the behind-the-scenes look at a recent soft drink campaign, reports IANS.
Perry became a mother and has shared that she has a newfound appreciation for the hard work mothers do.
"Popular misconception: being a mom isn't a full-time job ...part 2: when a mom finally goes back to work (whatever profession they do) it's not like they been coming from months of 'time off...' she's coming from a full-time job... of being a mom," she said.
"Part 3: call your mom and tell her you love and appreciate her and advocate for paid family leave! Part 4. I love my job," added Perry, who welcomed daughter Daisy along with her fiancé Orlando Bloom.
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