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Are children happier than adults?

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tynamite
tynamite's avatar They still have their innocence, while it lasts. They have not yet been
shattered by the world.


They have their naivety, but it doesn't matter,
because they're allowed to be naive, because they're children. All is well with the world, (hence their innocence).

Ignorance is bliss. They can find happiness in the small things, like ice cream with sprinkles, as they don't have to worry about the big things, like paying bills.

(Both these things can be demonstrated, by observing a nursery for a week.)

What it's like to be a child?
Responsibility and expectations are gone, and are instead swapped have shelter and a carefree environment. This makes being a child amazing!
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