AN AFGHAN PATH OF MEMORIES: A MEMIOR

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Trafford Publishing, Apr 19, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography
It is obvious that any baby starts the very first stages of learning from a specific family's circumstances and environment. This concept is better expressed by the philosophy "as you go, so go your children." A lucky child is cherished on the knees of a loving, educated mother. Unfortunately, I was a child deprived of love and affection by my parents in early childhood. An attempt was made to write my autobiography in memoir style. It was an interesting search to find and verify the motivation that made me tolerate the hard process of education while facing numerous problems and obstacles during the early period of my childhood. This work is in chronological order and consists of twenty-one chapters (i.e., memories of childhood and the later stages of education, as well as the impacts of the working environment in the course of time). In this regard, the translation of this poem is expressive: Say first thou who are your friends? Then I would say thee would be concerned It often happens that children stray even if they have educated and wealthy parents. On the other hand, sometimes it has been observed that a fulcrum caused to become a benevolent and useful person to the human society. What a strange secret is hidden there. This is my tenet, to pass away conscientiously rather than be a perennial recalcitrant ignorant. Whatever has happened to me, I hope other children do not suffer the same thing. Even though my dispersed writing may be a form of writing style, all that I have said in these three distinguished periods of my life are not fabricated, not a single idea or action. I am proud of that, to say what I have mentioned. Some are episodes that happened to me, and a few ones to others. I consider them to have significant and effective points for my children and to others who are in need.

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