Baby’s Thinking - Mihail Cosman

Baby’s Thinking

By Mihail Cosman

  • Release Date: 2021-09-11
  • Genre: Children's Fiction


A funny baby memory book poem made for storing amazing events from the first 365 days of life.

Being a psychologist, lately, I have tried to find solutions-answers to the most challenging question that man and human society have always faced and are facing:
What is the cause that determines the appearance of negative, conflicting, evil realities in people's lives, or what is the cause that disturbs the harmony and joy of man and human communities?

You don't have to be a great philosopher to find out the culprit. Incredible, but the enemy who has caused so many disasters and horrors in human history is even man or rather his mentally dysfunctional program.

In essence, people have never used a simple educational system to eliminate traditional prejudices and form a harmonious character in all children in the first years of life. Is character or common sense really that important?

Yes. It is vital because people make wrong decisions based on prejudices and impulses without this compartment of quality control of thoughts.

Why did I tell you all this? Because in this first year, when the man is a baby, most of the fundamental beliefs and habits of character, of common sense are structured.

If during this period, the parents, out of ignorance or unconsciousness, transmit to the children wrong, dysfunctional traditional values ​​and attitudes, they will make wrong, destructive choices during their whole life. It is the moment when the parent, consciously or not, projects the destiny of his child.

I made this BABY MEMORY BOOK, this toy card, to make you smile while recording certain events and visual memories from your child's life. At the same time, it is a warning to become more aware and responsible for the importance of the pattern of thinking and behavior passed on to your descendants.

A sage once told a truth that people are not aware of. As a parent, when you do education, you do it not only with your child, but you leave your mark on the way of thinking and behaving of all the generations that will come after him. You create a strong or weak link in an infinite educational chain. That's why William Ross Wallace made his poetic statement so full of truth: "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Is the Hand That Rules the World."