Is it worth it to experience all the pleasures in life and then lose our innocence?
Innocence is being (naïve) or ignorant about the ways of life. It's been said that: "Ignorance is bliss but not liberation".
Naturally no one believes a child should lose their innocence until they are capable of processing the truth in such a way that it can be used as part of life's lessons.
However being ignorant and gullible throughout life can be a painful experience. People will take advantage of you.
Each life is a mixture of both pleasure and painful times. You don't want to be a "passenger" in your own life.
No one gets to stay a child forever. Most children can't wait to be grown! Making (informed decisions) is part of maturity.
We learn to take the bad with the good. That's life!
Life will show you all the ups and downs. But do not be afraid, this life is the effect of our past life. Do you want to know what science work behind it!
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