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10 Steps Along The Path Of Curiosity

Are You Curious? Chances are if you are perusing this list you are of a curious sort, but maybe you're surround by people who don't feel the same depth of curiosity as you do. Take heart, curiosity can be nurtured and grown in almost anyone you know.

When we're born we are a curious bundle looking out at a world we know nothing about and so we go in search to find out what's this life all about, we don't think about it we just spend our time in the wonder department and soak it all in. Somewhere along the line many of our co-travelers stop being curious and that's a huge loss, not just for them but for all of us.

Truth is, the more people actively nurture their curiosity the more people will nurture theirs. Curiosity grows the more you use it, so share your zest for being curious with everyone and don't worry if they don't get it, in time they just might.


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