Post Written By Eugene Morgan
I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious. — Albert Einstein
We’re instinctually curious about the world around us and the world inside us. We’re born to want to know about things. Curiosity stimulates the mind, or we stimulated our mind when we ask a question. We want to know the answer to every question we put forth. However, not every question can be answered. And not every question should be replied to until we’re ready. The answers may not be as important as we think. When we put forth a question, it means our minds are thinking. We’re seeking to expand our thinking, or we weigh the new information against our background and our values. In other words, we interpret the new data based on what’s important to us. We do want to see what’s behind the door; we want to know how something works. One question is not enough to satisfy our minds. We do want to understand.
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