Updated: Oct 4, 2022
1) Are you happy to be the age you are now?
In fact, I am always happy, regardless of age. Age is a multifaceted concept, it can be considered as the age of competencies, for example. In that case, the age is like a treasure, and I'm happy to have it, yes.
2) When you were a child, did you think a lot about your future?
Yes, I did. In fact, I grew up with thoughts like, "When I grow up, I will do this and that .." It helped develop my intuition, I think, because, in the end, I do exactly the way I thought from childhood.
3) Do people change as they grow older?
This is a difficult question. I believe that personal talent remains unchanged, it just gets revealed. And so do the deepest personal qualities. But as people get older with the development of competencies and experience, they can change their behaviour, yes.
4) Do you think you have changed as you have got older?
Sometimes I feel like the same girl I was as a child. But it is clear that I have grown up. I think, that with age, I just discovered in myself what was in me from childhood, and it has made some difference in me.
5) What will be different about your life in the future?
In the future, my life will be more independent, autonomous, I will have done what I plan to do, and it will bear fruit.
6) Is childhood the happiest time in a person's life?
I do not think that childhood is the happiest part of human life because it is a huge dependence on what parents and other elders say or not say, there is little understanding of what and how should be done, a lot of embarrassment and confusion. It doesn't make people happy.
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