My perception of life has changed over the years. When I was a little kid, I did not think about the grandeur of life in general. All I knew was that I am able to use my senses, able to feel a lot of emotions, and able to imagine things from the books I read. I was looking at what's already there and maneuvered my life around them. All those things mattered most to me at some point, for sure. But now, when I look back from those days, I realize how impressive life is. How big it is that all those things that mattered to me when I was a kid meant so little now like a mere period. And at some point, they don't matter at all.
Nothing has changed much but things get more challenging and exciting -- my imagination kicks in once in a while and create something from it, I have a whirlwind of emotion every single day which pushes me to make something out of it (no matter what kind of emotion it is), I am using my senses as much as I can knowing that someday they will all be gone -- all the same things but with (let's say) context or meaning.
Basically, I am living my life as to how I have lived it when I was a kid. I am enjoying this simple yet grand life. It's just that, maybe, life gets more impressive when you take your steps to learning all things around you. And it's a great thing to let yourself be out there: to not just feel your senses but let others know about it, to share your emotions to people you trust, to create something out of your random imagination, to not only look at what's right there but ask and wonder what's right behind. Life is impressive in a lot of ways and it gets more impressive when you let yourself be part of its impressiveness.