But is that really what we want to believe? Maybe I’m the only person who still acknowledges this phrase, but that’s not my point. My point is that curiosity should be valued and encouraged. Being curious means you’re looking for more information, you want to learn, to find out more. Maybe if each of us was a bit more curious we would be a bit less judgmental and critical. Maybe if we were a bit more curious we would find more respect for people or things that are different from what we know or believe. Maybe if we were a bit more curious we wouldn’t hold on so tightly to stereotypes and preconceived notions.
Try it. Be curious. You might just find that being a bit more curious opens up your eyes, ears and mind to a life filled with more adventure, experiences and knowledge.
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