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We’re like children masquerading as adults. (1 min 41 sec)

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Despite our physical maturity and the appearance of adulthood, we still carry emotional and psychological aspects of childhood within us. This includes our emotional reactions, fears, insecurities, and the way we approach life's challenges.
Being a true adult involves more than just growing older; it requires emotional and psychological maturity. We continue to grapple with unresolved childhood issues, behave impulsively, and struggle to take responsibility for our actions, much like children do.

    1. Our thoughts are childlike.

    Our thought patterns and problem-solving approaches resemble those of a child. We react impulsively, engage in arguments, and resort to attacking others when things don't go our way.

    2. Our behavior resembles that of a child.

    We resort to attacking or defending ourselves in conflicts, hold onto grudges that only harm us, display jealousy or envy, act out of fear, feel insecure, and guilty. Despite our physical adulthood, our emotional and psychological responses reflect a less evolved state, much like the reactions of a child.

    3. And what we believe to be true is like the fantasy of a child.

    Our beliefs are akin to the imaginative fantasies of a child. We believe that we are only physical bodies, that the material world is the ultimate reality, or that we can find lasting happiness in external possessions.
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