Thursday, April 09, 2009

Of The Maturing Maturity

I believe that we all go through a stage of life where we start to ponder the question called "Am I mature?". We set criteria for maturity which we often conveniently fulfill. We cherry-pick the "immaturity" of our peers to highlight our blossoming thinking faculty. And we are secretly happy.

Eventually, everyone goes through that phase and slowly we stop doing this mental exercise of "maturity criteria". We stop caring whether you are mature enough. I guess that's when the real maturity begins to set in. Or at least we hope.

Note: Yes it's the Easter holidays! Two trips, can't wait for them!