End of past: An immediate eyewitness history of a troubled nation By : Nadeem Farooq Paracha
One curious feature associated with most of my memories as a child is how I always remember myself facing certain situations very quietly and with a disposition that seemed to lack any memorable figments of emotion. Maybe my mind has opted to extract the emotional bits from certain memories and place me as a stationary, almost robotic, the observer in these reminiscences, but that’s how they’ve always been.
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