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Title: Growing Up
Posted: October 17, 2008 (12:47 AM)
Do you think people can ever truly "grow up", or can they just mask their true self and try to change the way they act the best they can? And if it's the second thing, does it really matter if they've 'changed' as long as they seemingly have?

honestgamerUser: honestgamer
Posted: October 17, 2008 (01:52 AM)
I think that it's a mixture of the two. Older age brings it with experience that can change a person's perspective (and thus who that person is), but I know that in a lot of ways, I still am much like I was 10 years ago. I've grown out of some of the 19-year-old stupidity that I thought was so clever and remarkable at the time, but then there are moments where I'm still that juvenile at heart.

As far as whether that matters or not, I don't think it generally does. No one that you meet on the street is totally honest with himself, and you can (and will) go through your whole life without ever truly knowing someone. When it comes to such things, the real you--even if on one hand its false--is the person you are from day to day, the actions you take and the things you say.

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