Kids of 80s and 90s (Part 2)
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We knew a little about the world,but all we knew, itself formed Our World.
The days which marked our ‘years’ of our childhood,were far more like an age.There were limited rules,limited people, limited knowhows, limited emotions and unlimited,carefree fun and frolic, cries and learning, ideas and imaginations!
We had little resources, but we lived each day with enough fervour and enthusiasm, enjoying each moment , though unaware about scholastic and philosophical aspects of ‘Enjoying each day’. We loved our comic characters like our family members. Each doll and each teddy in our house had already proclaimed its existence as a family member,when few of us wrapped our hands and legs around them,at bedtime.
Many of us even carved out the characters from paper or cardboard sheets and maintained a gang of superheroes to challenge our friends’.
We did not hold any bias of rich and poor,high or low castes, above status or below status. We just gleamed out of the fancy world of desires and taboo, to understand the only thing that the guy/girl sitting on the sand hill on the beach is our friend, and we made all sorts of Sand castles playing in dirt and enjoying the Sun.
Someway or the other our Outdoors were a more common place for fun and frolic for us, unlike today when outdoor games have definitely faded away, with their footprints on the sands of time.