No, curiosity did not kill the cat. Lack of it did.
Without a fervent interest in different points of view we remain stuck and stagnant, trapped in our own small world view.
The capacity to ask questions and consider different opinions and information gives us freedom and choice. It allows us to move and transition, without getting hooked.
We can flow with the river and see where it takes us. How will you discover new shores if you don’t allow yourself to explore?
Without courage or crisis there is often no change. It doesn’t need to reach that point however.
By maintaining a curious playful attitude you’ll learn and grow faster than anything else. You’ll also more likely enjoy the process instead of being held hostage and subjected unwillingly to it.
Curiosity therefore cultivates freedom. When you have that you’ll land on your feet every time.
Breathe the change you wish to see in the world.
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