By Casey Grey
That is something I believe to be true and have believed for as long as I can remember.
Is a 2 year old different from a 6 year old, yes.
But what does that mean?
Can they learn from each other?
Can they grow together?
Can they be friends?
My wife has almost 5 years on me (although she looks younger than me).
My youngest sibling is 6 years younger than me and my oldest sibling is 15 years older than me.
I have friends who are much younger than me and friends who are much older than me.
Age, in a lot of cases, does not even affect Maturity. There are many mature 10 year olds and many immature 60 year olds.
We all have different paths and they often cross at different times.
My brother, Chad, for example, has 10 years on me. Growing up, we would have a ton of fun together. My most prominent memories are when he would do WWF (now WWE) moves on me and when we would play tackle football and video games. He took it easy on me on the physical side of things but there was no sympathy on the video game side...
Now, over 20 years later, our paths have linked together again. Not only have we partnered at The Conscious Builder, we also started families around the same time.
At the beginning of the year, Chad and I had a great conversation. It was so great that Brian decided to work his magic and repost it in our new format. You can listen to some of Chad's stories and our Christmas miracle HERE.
No matter how old you are, where you are or who you are, we can all learn from each other. We can all grow together.