“I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift should be curiosity.” Eleanor Roosevelt
What a gift is curiosity. It’s a doorway to new ideas and adventures, an invitation to a more complete and fascinating life. Curiosity goes beyond the what to the why, and further to the how. It is a relentless pursuit of greater understanding, which in turn leads to endless discoveries.
Life can be so much better when we are willing to reach beyond what’s known, and take the road less traveled, when we create new paths where none exist, or choose to take the long way home just to see what lies beyond the beaten path. Curiosity leads to learning, learning leads to energy and engagement, which in turn yields a robust and invigorating life.
If you want a richer, more remarkable life, unleash your curiosity and follow its leading to some unexpected new adventures today.
“The greatest virtue of man is perhaps curiosity.” Anatole France