Are you curious?

“it’s difficult to be curious and unhappy at the same time”

I came across this quote this morning and had to write it in my notebook.  These days I find that I am very curious.  I curious about the connections and science of food and health.  I am curious about wool and knitting and how simple it is to take two stitches (knit and purl) and make amazing things.  I am curious about meditation and yoga and Pilates and simple movements that can lead to good changes.  I am curious about writing and authors and the whole process of putting words on paper.  And best of all, watching our #tinyperson has renewed my curiosity about early development and learning.  Are you curious?  Do you seen that connection between curiosity and happiness?

Published by Juliann

Recently retired and ready for adventure

11 thoughts on “Are you curious?

  1. I am not a very curious person at all, I think it’s because as a librarian I answer questions ALL the time. I’m going to try and think about curiosity in a new way.

  2. ALWAYS curious!

    I loved when I got a smart phone and could instantly look up all the things that I had questions about.


  3. I’m intensely curious about lots of things. The older I get, the more I realize I don’t know and the more I wonder about.

  4. Highly curious over here. Always interested in learning new things. Like Bonny, the older I become, the more I realize I don’t know all that much…which leads to more curiosity.

  5. Honore´ “Curious” Francois – present! Yes indeed. Yes indeed. My favorite quote: Ancora Imparo ~ Michelangelo; I am still learning! And now I’m off to learn more about those three books in the photo!

  6. My tiny person keeps me curious! Just when I think I get it, he surprises me and I wonder what he’ll do next 🙂 it’s lovely just to wonder and be curious sometimes.

  7. Yes! That’s how I can tell whether I’m well balanced or need to evaluate my boundaries. When I’m healthy, I adore learning. If I’m burning out, too tired, or emotionally worn thin the curiosity hibernates.

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