You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.
Childhood is the happiest time of a person’s life.
Do you agree or disagree?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
Write at least 250 words.
I wholeheartedly agree with the statement that childhood is the happiest part of a man’s life. It is deemed to be a time of playfulness, enjoyment, and innocence. While everyone has memories as different as stars in the sky, I feel it is a precious and personal shower of liberation to share some of mine that have pointed important signposts on the avenue of my life journey.
The one event I can recount with great excitement until today is my each year’s birthday party. I would invite my friends and relatives through sending mails announcing I would have a birthday party. The most interesting fact was that each year the party had a different theme, some included Care Bear, Strawberry Shortcake, pizza palaces such as Jungle Gym, Chucky Cheese, roller skating, movie nights, and slumber parties. Everybody presented exciting gifts and they wished me very much. The day was so exciting that I counted down my birthday date throughout the year.
Another interesting event that gave me immense pleasure to think was my summer vacation. My family and I used to go to many different campaign trips across the U.S, including Rocky Mountains, Carlsbad Caverns, Grand Canyon, Yellowstone Park and more. But my most revered memory was our trip to France when I was twelve. Some of the many places we visited were Louvre Museum, Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Cruise on the Seine. One fascinating experience I had was walking around the Notre Dame Cathedral and we went inside and climbed to the top of the tower. Although the climb to the top of the tower was exhausting, but the panoramic view of the region was so captivating. I really enjoyed the trip too much that the memory still resonates today.
The same events came to my life later on, the same places I visited many other times in my adult life but the appeal that the childhood had is not comparable. Things were magical, events were heavenly and every bit if childhood was exciting. Sorrow and complexity could rarely find their way to reach my domain. Thus the time we had in our childhood would never come again.
In short, childhood is a magical time frame within an individual’s life when we do not have any responsibility, complexities or money issue and we just enjoy the time with our friends and family. Based upon my own childhood experience, I would like to draw the conclusion that the happiest part of a man’s life is childhood, no doubt.