Remember To Forget

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‘Important Things’ is a relative term.Forget the bad days,  the slights, the insults and the tears.. Remember just the  smiles.

WHEN YOU ARE AT THE EXIT GATE OF LIFE, waiting for the door to open, all you are left with are memories.

Nothing else matters.

Memories are good or bad. Remember to forget the bad ones, for fretting over them will not alter them. Remember the smiles, the the good that people did to you, the help from unexpected quarters,  the happy occasions. These memories bring you happiness.

Forget the ‘Memory Guru’ who made you work for many hours on the book you ‘help’ him to write and then gave you a dud cheque, forgetting that there was nothing in his bank . Remember cab driver who searched you out to return the iPad yo you wiu left behind.

The good memories are your balance in the bank of lifeYou have to try real hard to recall them, but the bad memories flood your mind.

 

 

 

Published by

B. Someswar Rao

60 years of journalism, from the age of 16, and two books later, life has so much more to offer, there is no looking back. Not yet. Unstoppable after 70 is a simple expression of my thoughts, my triumphs, my failures and everything that makes this journey incredible. My books: - A TOWN CALLED PENURY- the changing culture of Indian journalism - JOURNALISM - Ethics, Codes, Laws Working on: - 'THE OUTHOUSE ON THE FIRST FLOOR - Coming of (Old)Age in India'

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