Feed Your Curiosity
To discover something new, look where you’ve never looked before. To energize your thinking with a pleasant surprise, get out of your regular routine.
There are things that would fascinate you, help you, change you for the better. Problem is, you don’t know to look for them.
Don’t assume life is the way you assume. Let your curiosity run ahead of you like a beagle puppy, sniffing out unexpected treasures with wild abandon.
Go beyond merely opening yourself to new experiences. Get into places, relationships and situations ripe with new facts and experiences.
Despite all you know, all you’ve done, you’ve only been exposed to a fraction of reality. Be thankful there’s so much more to experience, and get yourself out there where you’ll encounter it.
What at first seems random can take to you what’s meaningful and valuable. Feed your curiosity, and follow where it leads.
— Ralph Marston