Our collected memories influence our actions now and in future.

Japanese business start-up consultant

Life experiences enlighten personal development, because those memories nurture everyone’s personality. Locating these memorial evidences in a computer is an easy option, but relying on this tool too much might risk natural abilities. Learning by heart cultivates human development and it would be versatile in various situations.

Using memories effectively helps healthy brain performance, but because of the recent advanced technology, many people tend to collect those memories on hardware, such as mobiles and computers. However, it might weaken our overall growth, because it might limit our nature. Memories inside brains piled up by experiences construct personal traits.

Although remembering memories in a brain is effective to build up personality, complete trust of memories is risky, because our brain is not exactly the same as the storge of a computer. Memories might be manipulated by personal views and imagination, but, on the other hand, memories are important to identify who we are. For example, someone who suffers a brain damage by an accident or illness loses their self-identity.

Considering the arguments above, the fundamental acknowledgement is that every experience in life, which becomes a memory, is invaluable. A good memory supports mental and physical strengths, and even an experience of failures teaches us a lesson. It is wise to apply those experiences to various situations in a flexible way, which shapes humans to mature selves.

In conclusion, balancing both keeping memories in the brain and using devices as necessary is most efficient, because when we look at computers, that stimulates past memories. Most importantly, the true self-identity resides in everyone’s brain, so digital data should be only equipment to conjure up a personal memory.

Akiko Hori
Japanese business consultant
Shihoshoshi Lawyer
(Judicial Scrivener)

Pursue a career or stay at home?

Japanese business start-up consultant

There is no consensus about the argument whether mums should stay at home for kids or go to work to gain financial independence, but the importance of the early year education is not in doubt. In terms of well-being, parents should protect their kids in their difficult times, and encourage them to experience as much as possible. Trust between parents and children is invaluable for life.

Attention from parents is a way of constructing trust between families, and taking into account this point, there is the idea that a mother stays at home for raising their children unless a family has any financial difficulties. Developing this idea in a negative way, women pursuing their career is irresponsible and selfish.

On the other hand, the recent research reveals that kids from dual-income families are more confident than peers from single-income families. Because young children who build up their own selves in a competitive environment have stronger mentality. This self-recognition boosts their willingness to learn how society works later in life.

The assumption that a child brought up by a stay-at-home mum is more attached to parents might not be wrong, but the current world is more diversified, so children should learn life skills through social interactions. It is a classic idea that men go to work and women stay at home for children.

In conclusion, children’s welfare is not a simple concept, and learning through social activities teaches the young ethics and empathy. Affection from parents is a primary connection, but this theory should not domesticate children. While both parents work outside, children are mentally strengthened by others, which makes young generations mature and independent.

Akiko Hori