Maturity comes when you finally realize the value of life. What is the difference between mature and immature people. Mature people know what and when to say, whereas immature people never think before speaking.Things you learn when as you get older.
Things you realize when you get mature.
It’s better to keep silent
In some situations when you explain people more, it doesn’t help. The more you explain, the more they will suspect you. Now a days, people don’t like to get more explanation, it’s better to stay quit when you know the other is not ready to understand you.
Social media is useless
When you are child you don’t know the value of time and waste lots of your time on social media, but when you realize the value of time you stop wasting your precious time on social media. Stop or limit using those apps before you realize the fact.
Friends are not important
Friends are good to have but don’t give that much priorities because you make friends at each stage of your life, your that stage will complete, you’ll move on and they too. But don’t get upset if you all move on, just remember the memories you had with them and smile that it did happen.
It’s OK to be misunderstood.
It’s OK if people don’t understand you, you owe no explanation to anyone. It’s is common to be misunderstood, you are not here to make everyone understand you, but to understand yourself.
Crying doesn’t make you weak.
Crying is the symbol of inner strength, it is the only thing that is heavy yet makes you feel lighter. It doesn’t have to be consider as weakness. Things you realize when you got mature is Crying itself is a form of strength. A strong person cries, then gets up and fights again.
It’s OK to make mistakes
No one is perfect in this world and mistakes doesn’t mean you are failures. Mistakes tell you to do better next time. Life doesn’t come with instructions so it’s fine if you have made mistake. It’s OK to have a bad day, be less than perfect. You will be still you. These are some of the things you realized when you got mature or by your life experience.