A child is born with smiling parents, after the labor that a mother had at birth, a smile was still there, joyful. A beginning of a new life and life ahead. Feeding and more feeding. Milk and so much affection are fed. Attention are given the most.
Months went ahead. The learning and how to talk made the parents giggle. Slowly crawling, then, standing up and eventually walking stages. Food served also became more and more tasteful. From milk to food.
A year after a blown cake was served with a fancy cartoon character holding the number 1 sign. Became taller and speaks several words. Learned how to run slowly and get along playing with playmates.
Year came and year after a year. Became grown up, went to school at the seventh age. Learning how to hold the pencil and write. Coloring some books and answering activities. Eating a nutritious food at snacks time. Learning how to read and answering some simple math problem solving.
At high school, life gets easier, no more mother to fetch you and enjoying the freedom given. But just when it is easier, peer pressures are still there. Getting the best grade would make you more hip and find many friends. Math problem solving gets tougher not to mention the math algebra. But then you surpass them all and get through the next level.
College. Deciding what to take as a course makes a tough decision but finding the right choice would make it great! It will be easier for you to pass all subjects if you pursue in studying well. Yes, study harder and making thesis until dawn just to pass it on time.At last after long years of going to school should end at college unless you decide on getting other courses to get a higher rank on job.
Early twenties, some may find a job, some may not. Some may get married, some may not. Some may still be depending on their parents, some may not. Some may have a child or children, some may not.
At thirties, some may still be studying, some are promoted from the job, some went abroad while some are still looking for that someone they should be marrying.
Forties, then come fifties and sixties and seventies. At those ages some are successful, some are still deprived from poverty, some have grandchildren and some haven’t. Some may be sick and some maybe healthy. Some may die at seventies and some may live until eighties and even nineties.
Phases in life are there to let us learn and never stop learning until the time that we leave. Each phase create a dot on a line that we follow. We should walk through it, it is fun and exciting in a sense that we learn from it’s purpose as life progressed. As the ticking of fingers on the sand it creates a small mark on every aspect of our lives.