The age of innocence
No Sin, without sin, is everyone’s olfactory memory.
We live as adults in a world full of problems and as we grow up we accumulate life experiences with all its nuances, whether they are positive or negative, sentimental, work, family and social.
We get up in the morning with the thought of what we will have to do during the day, with the thought of the bills to pay, the mortgage, what we should eat and the daily chores. We live the day with a head full of thoughts and emotions that cause feelings, positive and negative, we love and hate in the same way.
Our daily life becomes a continuous confrontation with the other, whether it is a husband or a wife, a friend or a work colleague, this creates a series of moods that weigh us down psychologically.
But there was a time, when thoughts were light, when we didn’t know what it meant to love, to hate, when the only certainties you had were a mom and a dad who filled you with attention and affection, when they tucked up the sheets. and they read you fairy tales before going to sleep, when you could sleep peacefully without thoughts, without sin.