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Jan 10

It all depends on how colorful the drop of the moment is

Every moment is painting

Every moment is painting

The more we go deep in our memory lane the more abstract our vision becomes. We can remember what we did today, but can only remember vague feelings of our childhood days. This seems like an evaporation process, where every moment gets dropped on our mind like a water color on a canvas and starts drying out to just leave a stain mark at the end. Over the period of time some of the stain marks totally dry off with no remains, some fade down and some remain bright and colorful. It all depends on how colorful the drop of the moment was. At the end, combination of these small impressions from our life paint an abstract art of our memories, we call it life we lived.

About the author

Amit Agarwal

As the brain neurons keep switching connections, something new keeps forming up in the mind. I just try to write that down as close as possible.

1 comment

  1. Tanu Agarwal

    Absolutely true and thoughts beautifully captured.

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