Are you happy to be the age you are now?
Yes. Since growth is an irreversible process, I choose to enjoy the moment I am living in. Also, as a young man I am physically potent and psychologically well-prepared for any obstacle. I am content with the current circumstances.
No. The older I get, the more challenges I begin to face. And to my disappointment, I find myself no longer the invincible child who can overcome whatever comes in my way. For me, growth is a road leading to failure and dismay.
When you were a child, did you think a lot about your future?
Yes, definitely. I was nurtured with a faith that preparation is always a necessity for success. Therefore, I restrained myself from stuff that might get in my way, like computer games and campus romances in order to be as potent as possible to excel my peers in the future.
No, preparation is not my cup of tea. Based on my personal experience, there will always be problems and opportunities that a person have not predicted, which leaves everyone, no matter fully prepared or not, in the same conundrum.