The Wild Youth

The Wild Youth

He alone who owns the youth gains the future. Is it so? The wild youth had always been remarked by the people. The youth age, most crucial days of one’s life. The time of life when one is young, the time between childhood and adulthood. Any wonders why youth gains so much attention. The youth age is the time of a person’s life when one makes a choice which affects their future. In youth men are apt to write more wisely than they really know or feel. The character of youth is to challenge life. He alone who owns the youth, gains the future and this fact is universally accepted by everyone which is why today we celebrate International youth day on August 12th declared by the United Nations.


People see youth age in different aspects. For many it is the age of amusement and luxury, the age of freedom. They enjoy their youth; because they think they will never be younger than they are at this very moment. Hence they enjoy it to the maximum. While for some others in contrary to that they take life’s important decisions at this age. They think the youth life is crucial because it is the best time to be rich as well as to be poor. In either way the youth age become critical in its own ways. But more than what you think of your youth life, it’s the world who comments, expects from youth. The world believes it is the youth who can change the world; hence somebody has said if you really want to change the world, you have to inspire the young people that’s how you change the world. That’s why the people are keen on counselling the youth every now and then. But does age really matters? Age is just a number, maturity is just a choice. One should never make age as the state of mind. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.

The youth has no age. Age considers and youth ventures. In youth we learn, in age we understand. There is a fountain of youth in every individual. It is your mind and your talents. To find joy in work is to find the fountain of youth. It is not a time of life; rather it is the state of mind. Forty is the old age of youth and fifty becomes the youth of old age. Youth is certainly the spirit of adventure and awakening. To keep this spirit consistently awakening great personalities such as Swami Vivekananda has said Arise, awake and stop not till the goal is reached.
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