October 1st, 2009
A Breakdown on Life
Life, the one thing you don’t mess up. The one thing that you can always reflect on and get to wondering if you’ve done right. And any person old enough to know that their end is near could easily tell you the best time of their life. So with that, many should know that myself could not tell you which part of life was my favorite. I’m only seventeen going on eighteen and I’m eager to see what is ahead of me. If I could somehow label something as complex and significant as LIFE, I would find that the contents of such a heavy entity could be more easily understood. The various periods that make up an individual’s lifetime are very distinct, and that being so, I wanted to go more in depth.
The beginning of a life can alter a person’s outcome and outlook drastically. Environments that surround a young one easily influence the mood and behavior of an individual. Childhood highly consists of; curiosity, admiring your heroes, being able to now tinkle on your own, and finally, starting to recognize more that happens around you. This period in a lifetime is very different from all the others. During this time in a life you are more innocent and vulnerable as you will ever be. You don’t really know the how’s and why’s of the problems and events that you come into contact with. And most of what you are told you usually believe. For instance, when I was a toddler my family went to church every Sunday, but I haven’t attended church on a regular basis for more than five years now. See when your that little one who wonders why your getting an orange in your brown paper bag even though you wanted a snack pack, you should then realize childhood lacks choices and self independency. But come to think of it, choices means more responsibilities and responsibilities means more problems to worry about. Once I look back on the good of childhood, I always remember the clear of mind I had. The way you can run...