What do we really want as a kid, other than enjoying life in present? Here's the thing that comes right into my mind: video games, Fanta, ice cream on a hot day, hotdogs, watermelon juice, naps, puppies, chicken nuggets.
Simple as it seems, but unfortunately it's not that simple. To get all of that, we need a structure. A structure built by parents to support all of that. A structure meant to shield each of us as kids from the hard, rough life waiting for us years ahead.
We didn't just play and naps, we slowly savoring the lessons of life, bits by bits. Slowly, is the keyword here. So what happened when we learn it faster? Faster often seems as a good indicator nowadays, but I'm afraid it might not be on this case. It's certainly not in my case. But again, everything is in balance.