- Jessica Figueroa
- San Diego, CA
- United States
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Are bad experiences a need for human growth?
The experiences we consider bad, are necessary to reach a certain level of mature thinking?
I come from a place where life is not the easiest one, lots of poverty, many natural disaster, very unfair when it comes to justice, etc. And now that i got to travel to other countries, sometimes i see people creating a big deal over small things, some are very attach to materialistic things, many young people (mostly girls) behave like people from tv, Im not trying to judge their life style, if they feel happy like that its ok, but i just think many people are missing out whats really important in the human life, which is family, friends, working towards your goals, get the necessary stuff to survive and find the things you enjoy doing the most etc. It's quite simple. Lots of my friends ask me why i'm happy most of the time, and I ask them why do you complain about things you shouldnt complain most of the time?.