Women’s view on real privilege in life resonates with many. Click to learn more

Women’s view on real privilege in life resonates with many. Click to learn more

Women’s view on real privilege in life resonates with many. Click to learn more

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A woman on X (Twitter)  recalls the significance of fresh veggies and milk as real privilege.

June 28, 2024 

What comes to your mind when you would be asked about the real privileges in life? Dhimahi Jain, an X user highlights fresh milk, seasonal vegetables, and more. Interestingly, this post has gone viral and over 67,000 viewers have viewed this post, and more than 2,900 X users have liked this post. Not the least, it has been commented on and replied to by tons of people. 

Of course, there will always be some group of persons who will argue and contradict whatever is being said, which is natural and part of our conscious and subconscious minds. Meanwhile, a lot of the people on X appreciated Jain’s post seconding her insights as to why fresh milk, seasoned veggies, etc. are ‘real privileges’. 

Take a Look at the Post Dhimahi Jain has shared: 

Let’s  See How  X Users responded  to Jain’s  Post

An individual, in response to her post, wrote, “ I realized it many years back when the taste of milk, fruits, and vegetables was different…I kept lots of tomatoes outside the refrigerator for one month, and they did not get damaged..”

In contrast, another person commented arguing “Move out of your city, and you’ll realize that water and electricity are also privileges enjoyed only by a few in India.” 

In summary, the discussion led to whether living in Tier 3 is a privilege and not migrating to urbanized cities for economic and materialistic purposes is another aspect to consider  Moreover, the discussion revolves around the fading out of most precious and inexpensive things and how things we took for granted are now a luxury for the mankind. 

Meanwhile, there can be an ongoing- debate on this. It’s essential and interesting to see how people are reacting and responding to each other on an everyday basis on different forms of communication. Until and unless, there isn’t any conversation or some or the other form of connectivity, we cannot really socialize with each other. 

What do you think are the ‘real privileges’ in our lives?

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