[muh-toor, -tyoor, -choor, -chur] adjective, maÂ·turÂ·er, maÂ·turÂ·est, verb, maÂ·tured, maÂ·turÂ·ing.
1.complete in natural growth or development, as plant and animal forms: a mature rose bush.
2.ripe, as fruit, or fully aged, as cheese or wine.
3.fully developed in body or mind, as a person: a mature woman.
4.pertaining to or characteristic of full development: a mature appearance; fruit with a mature softness.
5.completed, perfected, or elaborated in full by the mind: mature plans.
Moral of the story –
(Mental Note Sunday February 24, 2013)
In order for a cause, organization, or society to flourish and move towards its full potential, its citizens as cast members must be willing and able to mature.
A consciously aware perspective to consider.