Yes - you will spend 12 years studying at school, four years at college, and the rest of your life working...
But are we missing the moments that might take our breaths away - like standing at the end of the isle at our own wedding looking at our loved ones in the eyes swearing that you'll spend the rest of your lives together, or like going through house catalogs and taking trips looking for the best place to start a family, or even those struggles and fights that you won't mind going through just because there's him with you and you just know that in the end everything would be alright?
Are we missing those moments when we can finally figure out a lot of things in our lives like whether we would love our job or not, how our friends would turn out to be when they grow old, or even if our government is ever going to be good enough.. If there would be cure for cancer, would it be possible to take a honeymoon trip to Saturn..?
Are all these rocket-science kind of high school lessons going to be worth it, are things that matter to me now still would in the future? What would i think about myself at this exact time?