Have you ever pondered the transition from immaturity to excessive maturity?
What is maturity now?
Does it comprehend the seriousness of the situation and act appropriately?
or accepting responsibility as a part of life and putting in a lot of effort to fulfill dreams?
Different people have different ideas of what maturity is.
Situations are crucial in deciding a person’s behaviour because they either make them mentally strong or weak, or, to put it another way, mature or immature.
Let’s start with the narrative of two buddies, Shiv and Prateek, who used to pursue their postgraduate degrees in different locations.
Shiv has a close relationship with both of his brothers, one of whom is younger and one of whom is older. In addition to his siblings, he has a mother, father, and grandparents who once shared a home. although the mother and her in-laws don’t seem to get along very well. Shiv made the decision to study away from home because he didn’t want the mental stress he used to experience from family fights on a regular basis to have an impact on his career.
On the other hand, Prateek is accompanied by his mother and one younger sister.
He made the decision to leave his family and move to a place that would enable him to become independent since he wanted to support her family.
Both of the pals moved away to separate cities and used to exchange stories.
Shiv was on a conversation with Prateek one day and was talking about how much fun he was having away from his home, where he had to deal with everyday problems, despite the fact that he knew in his heart how his family was.
Prateek knew about the location and made the decision to work hard while exploring the new location.
Though his head remains at home, he was dealing with challenges as though he were in a new city.
He was attempting to avoid thinking about his family or upcoming difficulties while feeling the mental burden of working alone. He then talked about the same.
However, Prateek was taken aback by listening to Shiv and began living in the moment. Shiv still needs to determine whether he is truly concerned about his family or simply wants to live life without thinking of them.
Comparing one another’s lifestyles while leading separate lives makes things tough rather than easier.
Prateek became envious, so he stopped worrying about the past and the future and just wanted to enjoy. Shiv, however, became anxious and vowed to work harder in order to outperform Prateek and support his family and goals.
Like this, the way that two distinct people live their lives was exchanged.
But along the way, it becomes more challenging to lead a happy existence. Shiv struggles daily with his thoughts of the past and the future. And now, as Prateek frees himself up even more, he finds himself running out of time for hard work and developing his own will.
ending becomes harder.
So why even attempt to live someone else’s life?
Why not be content with the way things are and express gratitude?
Why should one be envious of others?
Time moves forward, therefore even if something is bad for you today, it will be better tomorrow. And if things are going well today, be grateful for them; even if they last for a short while, remain grateful always.
Life is so precious that as long as you are alive, you will be able to overcome any challenging circumstances. However, if you merely develop a stress-inducing habit, you will weaken and once you do, you won’t be able to appreciate your time when it comes.