Somewhere between childhood and adultness, they say there is a stage of ‘in-between’, some sort of zone in which people have to jump to the next level in their life. Some walk easily to the other side of life, others stay behind running, jumping, falling, standing up; running again, jumping again, falling again and eventually never make the transition to a grown-up person. At least, that is what we all think, but, in fact, we all belong to the latter group of people: struggling to find our way out of the apparently embarrassing state of youth and never make it to the adored and praisen level of the adult world. We just pretend, some day, we are there. We fool ourselves, we fool our children, and therefore we all maintain the biggest lie of mankind.