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Harvey Mackay of the TimesUnion explores the utility of curiosity throughout history and other pragmatic applications. Mackay writes, “Curiosity is a hunger to explore and a delight in discovery.
When we are curious, we approach the world with a childlike habit of poking, prodding and asking questions. We are attracted to new experiences. Rather than pursuing an agenda or a desired set of answers, we follow our questions where they lead.
Socially, curiosity lets us really listen to other people because we want to know who they are. We open ourselves to the knowledge and experience they can share with us. We relish having discoveries of our own to share.”
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