When we are born we are a blank canvas, unblemished. Unclouded by prejudices and insecurties we begin life. We have no idea who or what we will become. Infact, our only certainty is death. As we develop we encompass all the societal structures and boundaries folding within the structure of your parenting, friendships and relationships.

Even though, we may not know it at the time of our birth the structure of life does not allow you to forget your mortality past a certain point. The older you get the deeper level of understanding the world and things around you brings to light your hindsight. The reflection of life and life choices become a list of things you should of, could of and would have done better.

It is true that even at your oldest age you are still or will still be learning. Tiny nuggets of knowledge still filtering through your mind and adapting your thoughts process. Personally, our knowledge is built upon year after year; We are never to old to learn new things. As we grow and become our own individual person we have the ability to shed our childhood influences, rectify mistakes and shapes your own views and the way how you see the world.

These days change is constant, being objective is paramount to functioning within a world that is ever changing. No matter what you thought before, educating yourself can enable you to see the world from another person perspective. Growing past your prejudices and insecurites will grow you mentally and spiritually.

Understand that tomorrow is not promised to no one!

Love and be Loved…

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