"A wise man can learn more from a foolish question than a fool can learn from a wise answer" (Bruce Lee)
WHAT inspires a chef to create a new recipe?
What drives an explorer to explore distant places?
What makes a child ask so many questions?
Be open for questioning. Responsible curiosity makes you smarter.
What about you? Do you have new ideas or are you looking for answers to intriguing questions? Curiosity can lead to many wonderful things and urges us to broaden our knowledge to penetrate to the core of things. Most of us will not become famous explorers or inventors, but f you make good use of this wonderful gift from God, you will lead a meaningful and joyous life.
Here are three ideas towards living a more curious life:
(Please comment below if you can add to the list!)
- Try to be responsible curious rather than judgmental or criticizing when new situations arise.
- Learn from, and admit your mistakes. Only then, good judgment will develop.
- Stop making assumptions about situations. Assumptions obstruct your view and will defeat you before you even begin.
"I meditate on all your works and consider what your hands have done"
Curiosity can be dangerous if not lived by the word of God. Curiosity for sin will lead to compromising or even in going astray such as the Prodigal Son. The young man asks his father for his inheritance, and went off to see what is in the outside world....he was soon broke with no one to help him. Curiosity led him to make poor life decisions.
Just be careful, keep this in mind while be responsible curious.
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