Childhood is like being drunk. Everyone remembers what you did, except you, right?
Oh where, Oh where have those early memories gone which makes my childhood seem happier than my present? I didn't remember anything of my childhood but still whenever I think about those days suddenly my emotions start capturing my heart, and my eyes turn into the Niagara Falls. Yes, sometimes following your heart means losing your mind.
Take a deep breath, stay focused. Let the wheels of time bring you to your past. Did you saw anything? A toddler who is struggling hard to walk. A mother whose emotions are coming out through her eyes. A father who is laughing with pride and? And? Suddenly everything becomes a blur. You tried hard to get into those moments but a thick blackout arises in front of your eyes, and you awaken. You start thinking of those childhood days but still; your mind nerves can't connect to those childhood memories because you're suffering from a child or infantile amnesia which is a very common form of memory loss in which people are unable to remember some specific events from the early days of their lives. Childhood amnesia always troubles our parents, psychologists, neuroscientists and linguists from a long time.
When I was little, I used to think that the moon followed my car. Is this happens to you too? The worst battle is between what you know and what you feel. The mind replays what the heart can't delete. But, in this case of Childhood Amnesia, these both organs simply don't work.
Shhhhh! Read it with silence; your childhood is calling you, don't miss it.
Ahh! Even Bournvita can't help them to recognize their old childhood memories.
Some psychologists said that the autobiographical memory encompasses our recollections of specific, personal events.
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