The problem with adulthood is that the joy you once derived from something as simple as a soap bubble becomes harder and harder to find, and if you don’t commit yourself to constantly trying new things throughout your lifetime, that spirit of simple soap bubble joy may be lost forever.
That is what I tell my children when they get older. Try new things all the time. Leave your comfort zone constantly. Invite and embrace cognitive dissonance. Find the path of greatest resistance and embark upon it without pause. Place your ego in great peril for the sake of a newfound joy.
You may never find as much joy in soap bubbles as you did when you were a child, but there are other things that will life your heart and mind if you spend your life searching them out.