It’s fun to look at the young and naive
perceptions of childhood.
Their simple happiness and laughter
could change the mood of the room.
Giving them the moments of youth
on how to learn from mistakes
is the most precious pattern of growth.
We dont have to force the conflicting adulthood ideals.
They are by far just children.
That geniune smile will vanish from time to time.
Don’t steal that away from them.
Let us not make them grow fast by
implementing adult-like perceptions.
I like how they think;
the innocent reasoning of small kids
is like a rainbow compare from
our old irrational reasoning like a gloomy sky.
To torment ourselves with pride, envy and responsibilities
doesn’t have to be passed early to young children.
The adulthood stage is sad and tiring.
The youthful thinking has always been forgotten.
Pure smiles, innocent laughter and kind gestures of children
should be passed on to adults;
not the other way around.
We have forgotten how to be a child.
Children should be a reminder of
how growing old has been more focused on worldly goals
rather than the spiritual meaning of life.