Get Curious. About Yourself, Others and the World.

Get curious.

Curious about yourself, about your neighbor, about your peers, about the world.

Ask questions. The hard ones and the curious, inviting ones.

Imagine your curiosity being like a diver diving to a depth of 2000 feet. What will your curiosity discover? Explore the depths of your own beautiful mind and the curious nature within to unearth untold treasures that are unfurling right before you.

If you’re feeling mellow, then get curious with your inner self. If you’re feeling all bouncy and full of life, then get curious with others (your curiosity and zest for life may spawn their curiosity!). If you’re feeling annoyed with the world, then get curious about the world.

What does your curiosity reveal? What does it tell you about yourself, others and the world? And importantly, what are you going to do about it?

Let your curiosity wander… let it dance in front of you. Allow it to be an enticer into a whole new world.

Follow the dance. Give up all control and let the dance lead your curiosity to other places.

Never stop questioning, never stop exploring, and never let your curiosity go to sleep. It will lead you in new directions that forever have you marveling at this wonderful existence that is YOU and LIFE.  In fact, your whole future depends on your curiosity; it is that powerful.

No doubt, you’ve heard the saying that curiosity killed the cat, right?  Well…. You’re not a cat. I’m pretty sure you’ll be fine by getting curious 

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So get curious.

“I have no special talents.  I am only passionately curious.”  ~ Albert Einstein


Where has your curiosity led you? Let me know in the comments below 🙂



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