First impression last.

When you are just a small child, I am sure somebody asked you what you wanted to be when you got older, not many children got an idea what they like to be. Somewhere between 2 years and later, your brain start reflects on what’s going on around you. Boys would have some idea, girls, on the other hand, have differents idea about their future.
What we see in young ages affect our future in a great deal. What I am talking about here, too much of a bad thing create bad things in the brain.
That experience in your childhood or any other unjustly misshaped trauma will be embedded in your memory forever and will manifest your adaptability to think right when certain happens in your life later on. Often we mimic adults behavior what is great, but what happened when that person does something bad, I’m sure a kid would be very impressed or hearing about that event whatever it was good or bad. We are all born with the same brain, but some newer use it for the right reason.
Some people are easy impressed and it doesn’t take much to influence them.
Parents want the best for their kids, but sometimes there is no money for Education because of other more important things have to be paid first.
Kids always find the wrong company when other things go pair shaped, like money for Education. They don’t like to be made fun off, so they skip school and start a bad future in the burglary business to get money for booze or cigaret and because it is easy they do it again.

Author: gizmo4me66@gmail.com

Born somewhere in Danmark after the second War, 1944 was the year one of the best. I was left on the Church step somebody told me later not sure if I did care. Spend many days playing in the snow like most kids did in that ages. My schooling was normal education but when I reached 15 I lost interest. My schooling got replaced with an apprenticeship that lasted 4 years. Army training was my next stop what I did like. After that, it was back to make furniture, with a trade that was not a money spinner I decided to Emigrate to New Zeland.

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