I was on a car ride with my buddy earlier today whenever we saw several children trying to cross the road together. I told my buddy how lucky I believe those children are simply because they probably really didn't have much to bother with at this time. I recall because young and also the only problem I'd was what game to play within the afternoons to keep my childhood friends and myself busy before the wee hours of the night.
And only then do we was raised.
Our usual get-togethers lessened gradually until we reached the time where we only saw one another when there is a special occasion. We didn't plan that to occur, obviously. When we were a kid, we were blinded towards the reality that as we age, things would become different. We had this notion that things can remain the same simply because we would like it to. But plans change. People do, too. And our problems become more complex as we age. So we have a tendency to ignore other things and merely concentrate on solving those difficulties, instead; Often,t forgetting the concept we harboured when we were little – anything can be solved by great company and a good laugh.
I think that that's the most common mistake that people make as adults – we overlook the good things all because we focus a little too intently on the bad ones. We lose the ability we once had as children to enjoy life because it is because we generally have this thought that we ought to only be focusing on more mature things – like our careers and whatnots. And that we tend to forget that there are more alive than simply that.
I'm not to imply that you should sweep your job under the carpet and let loose completely, no. All I'm saying is it's okay for us to accept that most things cannot be solved overnight. In fact, several things cannot be solved whatsoever, and that’s okay. Think about the days you had many years ago, and you'd have to go home sooner than usual due to a skinned knee or a playful argument that transitioned right into a serious one – you'd sleep the day off and away to prepare for a new one.
I believe that we can still do this as adults. We are able to still slave away in our 9-5 jobs. Attempting to solve whatever we have to while we’re there but once our computers are turned off, and we finally clock out, we are permitted to let things be for one little while and concentrate on which that you can do to savor the rest of your day next.
So, yes, go and grow. Change as you please. But never ever overlook the stuff you learned as a child – it's okay to savor your time and effort every so often because at the end of your day that’s still much more important.