Your approach to life in general. I mean are there differences in the stages of development, maturity, responsibilities, attitudes and experiences that shape and define who we are as we age.
As teenagers how did you respond to people and social/political/health issues to now, are you responding much the same or adapting to life differently each year?
As you become wiser do you notice the changes in generational attitudes, trends, social implications of what you did as a child and what they do as children now?
Is it true that during certain times there is a shift in perspective as it were, say just before 19, 29, 39, etc whereby just as you enter the next stage in your life your point of reference is totally different, the experiences and transition, the gap feels different more self aware too. Or is that every 3-5 years, say 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45 etc. How would the shift in perspective change, does it?
I noticed the comparison with ages in relationships and seeing this parallel whereby younger people would tend to be comfortable in their own age while older people have a more broader comfort level.
What do milestones in your achievements mean to you? The highs and the lows, are you better equipped for dealing with life because of what you've experienced? In terms of your health, relationships, career etc?
What does emotional, intellectual and spiritual maturity meant to you?