Age doesn’t define maturity; you can be old as thirty and still be immature. Maturity comes with a lot of responsibilities and commitments.
Times and situations force people into that stage of life; a stage small talks never excite you all, because you have greater plans in your head.
Being mature doesn’t stop you from enjoying your leisure but not at the expense of resting.
Maturity comes with forgiveness and letting go of memories and people that have hurt you in the past.
A mature person doesn’t hold grudges or have malicious talks; they are always open-minded and won’t fail to point out your faults and situations where you wronged them.
A mature person respects others differences and never forces others to accept his opinion. Maturity comes with respect and a mature person knows that for him/her to get it one must respect others because respect is reciprocal.
A mature person doesn’t judge easily, they don’t draw up conclusions from the past; they observe and wait for the turnout of events. Maturity doesn’t make you judge over anyone; it only makes you an ambassador of peace and love.
You sometimes need to be silent instead of engaging in a nonsense fight; that’s what mature people do. It’s not all situations that demand your words, at times all you have to do is turn a blind eye instead of dragging yourself in the mud.
A mature person doesn’t depend on others for his happiness, but on his inner self. A mature doesn’t make his or herself to be a liability to others. He/ she creates their own world and make the best out of it.