A lot of things change over the course of years. Buildings grow bigger and taller, technologies become faster and smarter, but our perception of the world modifies the most. It’s amazing how fast the time whirls around you.
Last week I met one of my friends, who just has finished the university and got a full-time job. This was the first time in my life when I suddenly felt mature. I’m not talking about gradual maturation with all the responsibilities and duties, but an unexpected feeling that you’re somewhat older than you thought. Such realizations help me to analyze my current perspectives and their change over the time. The biggest difference between the childhood and adulthood is the amount of responsibility. I’m young. Excuse me, but I’m a hell of young! I can shutdown my responsible brain and go “full retard”, but with every day, with every month I feel how my resource of craziness is drying up. The further I go the more responsible I become: parties, walks, meetings, discussions — everything becomes much more planned. All these changes are both affected by and affecting my perception of the reality. I guess I become more boring, as a child would say, or more serious and calculated, as an adult would say. The change is inevitable, but we can decide if it will be a positive one.