Childhood the best time of your life?

“We did not realize we were making memories 

we just knew we were having fun.”

Por Jeff Figueroa

Through the ages 3 to 8 is the early childhood and 9 to 11 years old is the middle childhood. Both periods of growing up and human development are periods of happiness.

Despite the fact we are human beings and we bound by our prejudices, ideologies, feelings, responsabilities, social upheaval, issues and so on. There are two periods of growth that we had no responsability or problem to think about, such as we had more time to play with toys and friends or we are treated like kings and queens by our parents. We did not have the complicated issues. Moreover, we were eager to try many things. For instance, we tried to ride a bicycle. Above all, chilhood is the best time for us to gain knowledge and understand life.

Every child is a different kind of flower and all together take this world a beatiful garden.

«When we are old and failing, it is the memories of childhood which can be summoned most clearly.»

Dan Simmons

Though childhood is connected to happiness and innocence it is not always related to those words. One disadvantage is that some children may be born in a poor family or under such circumstances that make their lives miserable. It also, when a person is born in an unfortunate family, can not go to school, can not learn how to read and write, can not experience new things or can not play with other kids. Last but not least, a child has parents who abuse him or her.

To sum up, childhood is a period of time which has plenty of good things or advantages and bad things or disadvantages. Some children have the opportunity to enjoy the good things and others have bad luck to suffer from bad ones. As a society we ought to help those who are in need and to punish those who make suffering real.

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