Why So Curious?

A significant trait of a keen learner is his curiosity! Famous personalities through history have put emphasis on the importance of a curious mind, all of whom were very curious personalities themselves. But why is it important to have a curious mind? Well you need to be curious enough to find out.

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Why Is Curiosity Important?

  • Curiosity Resides In An Active Mind: Curious people are always on a look for answers. An active mind is constantly seeking stimulation, and feeds of answers, information, and facts. This constant seeking gives your mind a good workout, making it stronger.
  • *Curiosity Seeks Ideas: *A mind on a look out for answers is always building ideas. Ideating makes a person observant to the information, surroundings, and what the mind is seeking.
  • Curiosity Opens Doors To Possibilities: Its only when we have ideas and can imagine beyond the usual that we create or discover new things. Curiosity opens doors to the unknown, as it pushes you to discover, explore, learn, educate, and experience.
  • Curiosity Brings Out Genius: It’s the curiosity in us that pushes us to explore and innovate. The world we live in today is the way it is because of the genius of curious minds.

Famous Personalities Take On Curiosity:

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Leonardo da Vinci – ‘The knowledge of all things is possible.’

Eleanor Roosevelt – ‘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.’

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Albert Einstein – ‘I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.’

James Stephens – ‘ Curiosity will conquer fear even more than bravery will.