Nurture Little One’s

Strong roots make beautiful community

Nobody chose complex mental behavior for themselves; it is the  masses around you who made unimportant things important for you. A complex in a personality compresses all the qualities one could raise. Unfortunately you become a confused personality with indecisive mindset. Living years with hesitation it becomes impossible to come out from that illusion. Illusions; that you start building from your own when you find nobody to rest your head. And it all begins from early childhood development when we need to build a strong foundation.

We all carry a part of our childhood in ourselves throughout our life. A well spent childhood is like a crown one can put on their whole life. This world would be a much better place if each of us could get a delightful childhood. It can make you or break you. In the bigger picture a happy childhood does not only make an individual; it serves a whole community.

Life could give you a second opportunity to undo your mistakes but childhood is an exceptional journey. In this exceptional ride a  child is dependent on someone else. Twisted little minds later determine the  future generation’s fortune. It is very necessary not to leave any scars behind. So be there for others as you wanted someone to be there for you once in your childhood.

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