Kids are swell creatures aren't they? Annoying and cute, one of the greatest company as well as the highest nuisances you could have in this world.
However no matter what you got to love the little ducklings or monkeys or whatever cute animal you want to compare them with. I would prefer just kids though because somewhere in the distance a duck goes like "Quaack?".
As we all know, at our tender age we were all the worst masterminds or just at our peak of being diabolical when it comes to playing the pranks fashionable to five-ten year olds.
Well lessons from mojo and bugs bunny aside we also do get those kids who do the exact opposite at that age, like show their talent in gymnastics, mathematics, and many more.
Don't worry, I am not going to take you straight from the happy world into the boring reality just yet. Also I am not forgetting the ones who ain't on the zenith of childhood brilliance.
Those kids who break average IQ bars of that age though are amazing according to me. They define evolution at it's finest.
They express their dormant talent rather subconsciously which makes them among the lucky and faster ones. Either they show a rather innate interest or they are put into the process of honing the right skills for the day they are asked about their achievements in an interview.
I swear, even those evil brats actually deviate their way to the doing the right thing. Sometimes even that is life. Your experiences teach you what you're good at. In the same way, whether it's a martyr or even a terrorist.
We all hone our way into what we do later, perhaps it could even be said that it was the path meant to be created. Yes though, it was the one chosen and the others could have been too but the point is that the way the kid went, his experience lead him there. His talented mind and soul gave him the gracious command that "Bro we got to do this next and then that and then oooh that too" and here we are. That's how all those kids grow up.
Some grow up climbing a tree all the way to Hollywood while some try chasing an ant until he reaches Madison Square Garden.
We have always loved growing up and then have looked back afterwards. Our children will do that as will their children and they will do it while going through this same process of internalization.
For all kids, even us and those of the future we all know how it all happens. Seems very uncontrolled but to be honest somehow we were controlling ourselves. We just didn't realize it, we had made some proper decisions while playing with a lot of other ones which would sometimes result to a broken vase or just a broken knee. We've all tried our best to be great at what we did and aced it and worked hard towards being good where we failed miserably.
~ ARITRO GHOSH