Which is the best phase of one's life and why?

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  1. rajan jolly profile image91
    rajan jollyposted 6 years ago

    Which is the best phase of one's life and why?

    Childhood, teenage or as an adult.

  2. Eranofu profile image77
    Eranofuposted 6 years ago

    The phase between inception and death.
    But if more precise - the phase that we experience now. Reflecting on past and dreaming of future won't make anyone happy now.

  3. RPirate profile image61
    RPirateposted 6 years ago

    I have enjoyed all of my life, I'm still enjoying it as it is such a wonderful thing to do - live! smile

    I believe that our life phases change as we get wiser and mature from a child to an adult. We get wiser as we age, knowledge and experience new things. Our activities and life changes from being a kid, to being a parent and an adult.

    But then we get days where we find ourselves doing silly childish things, and then laughing at it because it's so much fun? Sometimes we think of doing silly things, the inner voice comes out to stop us because "it's not something an adult would do" right? These examples reminds me of the childhood, so it seems like we are still the same kid, as we were years ago, only that we got wiser and all we did was learned how to act appropriate to the situation.

    My conclusion is: all we have to do is find out what we truly love, and how we want to live. There's no such thing as "set faith", there is a thing called "your faith" and you are responsible for it . So enjoy all phases of your life!

    My grandmother always says: One is happy if one knows how to be a child at anytime that one wants! smile

  4. Mayo24 profile image60
    Mayo24posted 6 years ago

    That is a difficult question as each part of our life has positive qualities to offer. For example, when you are a child, you do not have the responsibilities that you have to deal with as an adult, so it is a time of freedom of thought as you develop, but this also has its variables depending upon where in the world you are born and into what circumstances you are born. The teenage years are a transitional time between childhood and adulthood. I have heard teenagers themselves say they will be glad when they get through their teenage years. There is a lot of pressure to conform and it is the beginning of adult responsibilities as they learn to face the world on their own and establish their own place in the world, so it can be a confusing but exciting time. Adulthood is the next step as all the developmental milestones have been reached and individuals have reached a certain level of emotional, mental and spiritual maturity. Adulthood has its pressures as does each stage of life, but as adults we have the ability to process and learn from our life experiences. My conclusion would therefore be that no stage of life has preference over another. They each have positives and negatives, but that is what forms us as the individuals we become.

  5. WD Curry 111 profile image59
    WD Curry 111posted 6 years ago

    Death. We get to go on to what the Native Americans call the "Happy Hunting Ground", Until then we do the best we can and enjoy the best of this life. The Bible says that, for a man, it is enjoying the fruit of your labor under the sun by having a pleasant meal with your loving wife. I'll bet you agree.

  6. lotuslove19 profile image67
    lotuslove19posted 6 years ago

    The best phase of ones life is a struggling phase .It could be any Childhood, teenage or as an adult.The relief you get after the good results of your struggle is incomparable because its your achievement.

 
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