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25 Oct 2011, 20:53
Q.Childhood is the best time of a person's life. Agree or disagree?
Some people think that childhood is the best time in their life, while others think the opposite. This is a controversial issue but a closer examination reveals that the happiest time of a person's life is his childhood and this for several reasons.
One reason is that being a child I found that all people around me want me to be happy. For example, I remember that when I was 7 years old my uncle took me to the zoo every Friday besides that my mom & dad took me to cinema every Sunday. Furthermore, I received a lot of gifts & toys from people I knew & people I didn't know & I was asking why those people do that. It is clearly that all of them want me happy. on contrary now days when I become adult I found many people having evil spirits & don't want good things to be happened to me.
Another reason is that when I were a child I didn't bear any kind of great responsibility. And this clearly due to that my parents took care of me. For example, when I was young my parents choose my clothes, cook my food, aid me in doing homework ...etc. I just want to play, laugh & have fun. The only responsibility that someone may carry when he was a child was studying & doing homework not more. On the other hand, once one becomes 18 years old he has to dig his own road in life.
Perhaps the best reason is that being a child, I have no limitations & no one can blame me for anything. For instance, when I was 3 years old I was taking shower with girls. On the other hand I can't do this when I become adult.
In summary, while there are arguments to be made about what is happiest time of a person's life, it is clear that the best times are those when I were young due to that all people around me want me be happy, no responsibilities & no limitations.
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