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 Memories Keep Them Alive 

Date of Publish - Thursday, 6th September 2018

Memories are a significant part of everyone's lives. It is nothing but the incidents from our past lives. As we grow, our collection of memories grows as well. Memories tend to evoke emotions in us. Obviously, we have good as well as bad memories. Keeping good memories afresh is necessary because it makes us happy. Memories consist of pictures, videos, journals, letters, hand written notes etc… Sometimes it is just in your mind, without any tangible item to make you relive it. When we reminisce about the past, there are various incidents that flash in our mind, some pleasant experiences, some not so pleasant. Memories play an imperative impact in forming our lives. Good memories give us hope, happiness, a reason to smile, encouragement. We all like to take out the albums on Sundays or any holiday and go through it or take out a journal and read it where we have accounted our lives.It helps us to remember our past, to help us to remember our experience, what have we lived and experienced. The bad experiences might haunt us as a memory but it can also work as a means of motivation, as a lesson. Clinging onto bad memories is not a good idea though. Letting go of it might help one deal with it. Absolutely, it is a considerable measure less demanding to state than do yet one must not clutch it as it can impact sly affect one's available life. It is not something that we can erase or permanently delete it but one must try. One should take a lesson from one's unpleasant experiences and move on into life to create new memories by having new experiences.

Memories are important to us for reminding us who we are and where we come from, to keep usgrounded and not leave our roots. Without a doubt, photos are the best means of capturing a moment and create an everlasting memory. We all might have pictures of our childhood, school; college….that when we see reminds us of our happy days. It rejuvenates you and can prove to be therapeutic. Collecting and keeping good memories are important to one's own self. Creating memories in the age of social media has become a lot easier and cheaper as well. Nevertheless meanwhile it has furthermore ended as being purposeless. There is no need of keeping those extra reels for taking pictures or carrying diaries for penning down your life's experiences but it has lost a personal touch. But as they say, everything changes and hence this new age pattern of posting pictures on Instagram and Facebook has turned into a standard We all agree we can't do without memories, no mattergood or bad. Be it a family dinner or parties with friends, our achievements, important events, we all like to revisit our past and the memories come to our rescue. It lets us go down the lane of our past, to live, to cry, to laugh, to tease, to understand.

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