Curious Minds

    Curious minds are not character attributes per se.

    Everyone is curious (about something, some more this and others that ..), but the interest to see and explore is in any being, human or otherwise.
    So we all have it, a curious mind.

    Curious minds want to see, they want to understant what's going on out there, want to touch and feel and DO.
    A curious mind gains satisfaction from experiencing first hand, and puzzling over things.

    For a curious mind the question is the nourishment (the answer is not).
    The process of pondering and getting involved in a question, is the sunlight that makes them thrive and grow.

    Now we can feed our curiosity more than ever before. Information is only a few fingermovements away.

    Something else needs to happen though.

    Spoon feeding supposed knowledge, repeating and simply believing someone elses conclusions without reflection, does not let our curious minds thrive.
    It deadens them to deeper reflections, makes them sluggish and bored.
    Then answers become more important than questions, easy answers mostly.

    Answers that we do not arrive at ourselves, answers that we buy or copy or repeat from sources, which we put our trust in, mostly only because someone else named those sources 'experts' !?
    Right or wrong, doesn not make a difference. then. 

    CURIOUS MINDS DO NOT SEEK ANSWERS. THEY LOVE QUESTIONS.
    ANSWERS ARE JUST A BYPRODUCT.

    “What would come, would come...and you would have to meet it, when it did.” -  J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.

    Who would meet it ?
    Meet it with what ?

    Answers by themselves are arrogant, questions by themselves humble.

    There is a choice.

    Yours.  

    Truly. 
    :)

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