Sometimes when people speak of one of our personal characteristics, we fail to see ourselves in that light. But there are other traits that someone may speak of and we easily recognize them in ourselves. The latter is true of me and the subject of this article, for I know I am a very curious individual. Now don’t anyone start snickering–I mean I am inquisitive–not strange. (You surely knew I meant that.) My curiosity irritates Jerry sometimes, especially in foreign country travels, for I am prone to wandering off to investigate what lies around the corner, down the trail, inside a distinctive building, or within a secluded nook in an open-air market.
But check it out here–being curious is a good thing!
10 Reasons Why You Should Be Curious
Do you want a rewarding life? Then be curious. The more curious you are, the more possibilities you will open throughout your lifetime. Open your eyes and look around. How many blind assumptions have you made? What do you want to know more about?
“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 would be curiosity.”
– Eleanor Roosevelt
The ten reasons follow; the complete article by Marc is here.
- You Will Clarify Yourself –
- You Will Uncover the Truth –
- You Will Release Your Inner Child –
- You Will Experience Something Fresh –
- You Will Increase Your Productivity –
- You Will Learn More Often –
- You Will Become More Efficient –
- You Will Experience a Spice of Variety –
- You Will Be More Positive – .
- You Will Establish New Relationships –
Of course I’m interested to hear your take on this subject. Are you an unusually curious person? Do you wander around in strange places? Do your family members become irritated with you? Is being curious such a fine trait, or does it really make that much difference?
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