Choose life for youths to taste a brighter future

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The whole lifespan of a human can be categorized into four — the childhood, the young age, the mature adult and the aged — in society. Of them, everybody knows the young age as youths is set from 15 to 24 years old.
The United Nations also recognizes that this varies without prejudice to other age groups listed by member states such as 18-30. A useful distinction within the UN itself can be made between teenagers between the ages of 13 and 19 and young adults between the ages of 20 and 29.
The tenure of youths is the strongest, the most active, the most initiative and the most powerful for endurance in learning, working and seeking experiences in line with Myanmar traditions. While expediting the efforts to secure success for the life, the youths are capable of overcoming the challenges in all measures.
The youths are colourless, without the influence of dogmatism, forging the innocent and honest mindset. They are keen to lend a helping hand to others without focusing on any interests for future days. To be able to emerge those youths, parents and teachers need to nurture their children under moral ethics in childhood.
Today’s child is tomorrow’s adult. How true it is! So also, today’s youths are tomorrow’s mature people. Along with the whole young age, the youths are stockpiling the accumulation of experiences in all arenas inch by inch.
At a time when the youths have accumulated experiences and knowledge based on academic degrees and social work, they are ready to encounter the challenges of society and have the capability to shoulder the deserved duties assigned by society to keep pace with the matured adult.
The youths living in the legal fold are a reliable strength for the existing government in the nation-building endeavours. Deploying the strength of youths can secure great success in missions. But, their route to success must be controlled not to derail. The youths need to serve all the tasks for society as part of seeking invaluable experiences for their lives by setting aside exhaustion and tiredness of the workload.
As a proverb of the Maru ethnic of Myanmar saying goes: “The well-trodden paddy thrives successfully”, the youths should learn and study various topics of knowledge to be applied in their lifespans for their interests and the society’s as well.

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