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Once upon a time there was a boy. He had a lot of friends and a lot of toys.
He never wanted for anything. Life was a breeze. It was full of fun and joy.
Play and school came alike. Parties and games was all he worried about, it was all he thought of.
Then suddenly one day everything changed.
He found that the friends he once had and liked now avoided him.
He found that the toys he had never gave him the kind of joy he used to derive earlier.
The games felt a little jaded; he grew morose.
He could not figure out what had changed.
Why this sudden about turn? What had happened?
Had the world turned topsy-turvy?
Then he heard a voice whisper in his ear:
“No, the world has not changed. Your friends have. They have grown up. They now have their own toys and new friends. They don’t need to play with all your toys anymore. Besides, you were always rude to them and your abrasiveness has not disappeared. You remain a boy; they are now men and women. That is the reality of life; the world doesn’t change, people do, their perspectives do, their lives do.”
And the lad thought “I guess I’m the boy who never grew up!”
PS: Originality of this piece is not guaranteed!
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