Babies are seen as being immature. Who can blame them, they are babies. Toddlers are seen as immature when they act like babies. Teenagers are seen as immature when they act like toddlers. College students are seen as immature when they fail to exercise self-control. By the time we are full blown adults, we no longer have an excuse of being immature because we should have the ability to demonstrate an appropriate level of self-control. Self-control refers to using our minds to make choices to behave properly. Babies don't have that ability. Toddlers and Teenagers have it but in limited capacity. We now all have the ability to control our urges, emotions, anxiety, tempers or other natural impulses. We are no longer like an abandoned ship on the stormy sea with no captain or crew to control the rudder or the sail. That ship is tossed by the wind and the waves and is eventually put at risk to sink. We should never abandon ourselves and we should always be the captain of our own ship, and stay on board, with a full crew around us who can not only help us to sail the ship, but throw down an anchor to secure us through the storm, if needed.
COACH. FATHER. HUSBAND. SON OF THE KING. WHITWORTH UNIVERSITY.