Curiosity Creates

BE MORE CURIOUS

Path Of Curiosity

books open your mind

Let Books Open Your Mind Everyday

November 13, 2016

“Books open your mind, broaden your mind, and strengthen you as nothing else can.” William Feather I remember. From time to time I find a nugget of insight attached to a memory, the memory expands into the present moment from a past moment I was reading a book. Save Save

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curiosity ignites the quest

Curiosity Ignites The Quest For The Elusive Answer

November 11, 2016

Curiosity ignites the quest.   I often find myself wondering if people I meet wonder to themselves when they look out into the night sky, or maybe gaze upon the peak of a distant mountain. Do these things start their engine of curiosity to rumbling. I’m not questioning whether people think about the decisions they…

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lying in wait

Lying In Wait Wondering What Is It?

November 10, 2016

I’ve used this quote once before, but I love it so much that I’d thought I would again use it, and explore it a little more. The image of lying in wait to discover a secret as it allows itself to become understood takes my breath away. Think about this question. Can you see yourself…

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more curious about ideas

Being More Curious About Ideas Opens Minds

November 7, 2016

Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas. Marie Curie Save Save

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choiceless awareness

Choiceless Awareness

October 26, 2016

Look Outside Yourself With Choiceless Awareness. Curiosity is never only about questions asked. Sometimes curiosity is about choiceless awareness, beginners mind or   Right now as raindrops are splattering on leaves, roof and windows, can the listening and looking free itself of thinking complications? Allowing whatever is there to appear, to unfold, and disappear without…

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what's so great about curiosity

What’s So Great About Curiosity

October 23, 2016

What’s So Great About Curiosity? Curiosity comes in many different forms and shapes, but pretty much all curiosity rests on a simple foundation, that foundation is the question. Upon meeting someone we know even casually we usually ask a question that might include one of the following. How are you, What are you doing, What…

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the future belongs to the curious

The Future Belongs To The Curious

October 21, 2016

The future belongs to the curious. The ones who not afraid to try it, explore it, poke it, question it and turn it inside out. Anonymous I’ve always loved the above quote which seems daring and a bit impolite. In my imagination someone is standing in front of me reciting it when out of nowhere…

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the first passion

The First Passion And The Last

October 19, 2016

Curiosity is, in great and generous minds, the first passion and the last. Samuel Johnson    

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curiosity is lying in wait

Curiosity Is Lying In Wait To Expose Secrets

October 16, 2016

Curiosity is lying in wait for every secret. Ralph Waldo Emerson The short quote from Emerson may seem to be telling us that given time the universe will reveal all of it’s secrets. But maybe it’s admonishing us to make curiosity part of our everyday experience, to use it mindfully to delve deeply into all…

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what do I know

What Do I Know? The Most Important Question

October 14, 2016

What do I Know? Montaigne The question, and it is a question and not a retreat into silence. “What do I know” rockets our minds, imaginations and curiosities forward at a blinding speed, at times so quickly we don’t wait to find an answer, but if we want to know why, if we want to…

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fear of the unknown

Fear Of The Unknown

October 12, 2016

Replace the fear of the unknown with curiosity. unknown We turn a corner, climb a flight of stairs or open a door only to feel as if fear of the unknown has slammed into us without mercy. It’s out of the blue and totally unexpected, or at least most of the time it’s unexpected. Occasionally…

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nothing is lost

Nothing Is Lost As A Writer’s Curiosity Hums

October 10, 2016

A writer is someone on whom nothing is lost. Henry James The details that will plunge a reader into another world and help that reader suspend their disbelief even for a little while is what a writer means when they say nothing is lost. Writers notice the rustiness on the screen door when they raise…

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