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Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Donkey, Dog, and Monkey years! (2)

May be it is not for Laugh ....

Read? Donkey, Dog, and Monkey years!

That is reality check!!!

Our Life Cycle

We all start of as DEPENDENT, later become INDEPENDENT, and finally the curse of old age will bring us back to DEPENDENT (The second childhood)

But, the second childhood is hopeless and not hopeful!

In our childhood, our parents are seeing HOPE in us. Each passing day, each passing month, and each passing year, our parents are hopeful as they are watching the strength growing in us and expecting better time will be ahead of them.

But, in our second childhood, it is totally different.  Our caregivers  (provided you have caregivers; Singles and DINKS, have you thought about it earlier?) are just watching hopelessness growing in us. In each passing day, it can only be worse. How is worst?

What is the difference between Baby and Adult pamper?

What is your answer?

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Baby Pamper: The baby pamper will stay with the baby until you change it.

Adult Pamper: Somehow, it will not always stay with the adult (Dementia) and disappear somewhere and you may have a hard time looking for it.

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