Though humanity have set guidelines to define the stages of life, age doesn’t define every individual’s path. Once you reach the age of adulthood, it doesn’t mean you’ve gathered all the knowledge required. There will be more to research and learn when you find a new path to follow. Every spirit is a child in life. There is no control over what happens but we’re free to learn how we desire to accept what is.
The lesson one learns as a youth could be another’s realization later. Everyone can learn together in a classroom, but knowledge is recognized when life encourages application. Continuous lessons are stored in the mind until required. What is meant to happen to one person today could be a lesson for you in the future and could be taught in a different manner.
There are various stages to accomplish in life and they all provide seeds to harvest. Every new stage offers mysterious paths to explore. What will I see on this path if I choose to venture it? The gifts offered won’t be uncovered until you’re willing to step on the path and accept the experience. It’s unknown what will be, but everyone is welcome to discover more of what life is.
After thinking that a stage is achieved, it’s unnerving to recognize a lesson lurking in a new situation. Didn’t I go through this already? Why is it so repetitious? Every skill requires practice to maintain its purpose. Despite thinking that a lesson is complete, life reminds us to use what we have so we don’t lose it. It’s all part of maintenance and life provides situations to assert the skills we possess. We know how we wish to proceed, and every event will enhance our realization as we apply who we are.
There are no life accomplishments to compare with another student, as we are all unique children of life. Courageously venture into the world, explore who you’re meant to be and set your own guideline to achieve. Regardless of age or what they possess, we are all children in life; eager to love, learn and grow. Venture forth, explore and welcome events to maintain your discoveries.