Ignorance is Bliss
May 31, 2010 2:50pm CST
nah...being a kid is one of the happiest moment in most of our life,we dont need to think many things and are not in responsiblities with many things,it is well prepared by our parents/guardian.kids will never think about paying the bills,or about job to be done before end of the month.kids just go to school and play and sleep and the so many things that parents think is a responsibilities that must go. how the life of ignorance,it is a bliss? to know this and that will make us feel not so much 'space' in our life(of course it'll matured us).. what about in love relationship? do we prefer to ignore about the past or we want to know more?
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• Garden Grove, California
31 May 10
by the time you are old enough to be in a love relationship you should have learned that ignorance is not really bliss. Intelligence is the thing that helps people to mature and broadens love relationships .So knowing more can only help you in all aspects of life.You kneed to be intelligent in order to really love someone and to live a happy life with your loved one.
• United States
2 Jun 10
With my relationships, I think that it is very important to know everything about the past relationships that my partner has been in. I also share this desire with him by letting him know everything about the relationships that I was in before I met him. Yes, when you are a child, ignorance is bliss, but as we become adults we know that there are things that we don't know and ignorance can no longer be bliss in that situation because our outlook on life has changed.
31 May 10
I get your point -- the less you know, the less complicated life gets. Gee, i don't really know which do I prefer -- to know or not to know. But I guess I have to admit, I'm always happier when I do not know about the things I do not want to know about.
31 May 10
Being a kid is wonderful... I can still remember almost every happy memory I've had as a kid; every kindergarten friend in the presence of which I enjoyed myself, every family member that made me laugh, and gave me good memories through gifts, advice... heck, even education. :P You said it best: not a care in the world. No school to tell you what to do, no job to wear you off both physically and psychically, no angry parents telling you it's time to move on and stop chewing on us... (well, they did get angry, but for different reasons back then :P) The list can go on and on... I didn't really get the last question though, sorry. :( What I wouldn't give to be 3 or 4 years old again...