Maturity

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Photo: By Rajesh Kumar Singh

What is maturity?

Definition provided by Buddhist Lamas… Maturity is when you stop trying to change people, and instead focus on changing your self. Maturity is when you accept people for who they are. Maturity is when you understand that every one is right in their own perceptive. Maturity is when you learn to “let go”.

Maturity is when you are able to drop ‘expectation’ from a relationship and give for the sake of giving. Maturity is when you understand that whatever you do, you do for your own peace. Maturity is when you stop proving to world how intelligent you are. Maturity is when you focus only on positives in people! Maturity is when you do not seek approval of others.Maturity is when you stop comparing yourself with others.Maturity is when you are at peace with yourself.

Maturity is when you can differentiate between ‘need’ and ‘want’ and you can let go of your wants. Maturity is when you stop attaching “happiness” to material things.If any one of these qualities are missing from your life, then you know for yourself that you are not fully mayoung-buddhist-monk-makes-face-during-dalai-lamas-prayer-session-at-the-mahabodhi-temple-in-bodh-gaya-india-saturday-rajesh-kumar-singhtured as yet.

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