“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change.” ― Heraclitus
As the above quote clearly states, change in inevitable. Even in human life, with time, an individual soul and the physical body undergoes change and thus with change, differences and similarities are bound to arise. In the human growth, the change can be broadly broken down into two groups: childhood and adulthood.
Children and adults can be contrasted in how they act and the way they physically respond to situations. Children have been seen to act in a free manner, worrying mostly about them, over time learning to consider other’s views and feelings when completing an action. This is because children have not gone in the real world all by themselves. There is a lot of pressure on adults to conform to act in a certain way, as there is for children, but only adults feel this pressure. With experience and time as children reach adulthood they understand what is acceptable at what times and what is not.
Learning is an unending phenomenon. As we already know, childhood is when you learn about the world and how to survive in it. In adulthood, you can learn the new ways of doing things and improving you way of life. Thus, the concept of learning remains constant both in childhood and adulthood.
For most of a child’s life they are learning the basics of life. Most of the time they are provided with what is needed to survive and they can focus on discovering how the world around them works and how do they have to tackle the series of hurdles in this complex world. The transaction from childhood to adulthood is not possible without having a vast bag of experience that one gets with time. As adults, they will be seen as capable of standing on their own feet, they will have to rely mostly on themselves, and they will be in charge of obtaining what they want and need to be contented. By now they will have realized that they are responsible for their actions and have to choose their own