Audio version read by Rev. Steven Lane Taylor, B.Msc.
So many people, so very many adults! As we travel through life, one thing becomes very apparent when observing people in general, and that is how few have actually become emotionally mature. Most, it seems, have never grown up emotionally. While their bodies may pose an adult image, juvenile childishness often remains hidden within, awaiting the next event in life that will summon this immaturity out into the light of day.
It appears that although the body grows and the years pass, very few individuals outgrow the immaturity of their adolescent years. Is it any wonder then that so many emotional clashes occur among so-called adults? Without having achieved emotional maturity, outbursts and arguments appear, resembling children on a playground who have lost control.