4U2K CURIOUS ABOUT CURIOSITY !

Irshad JACKARIA

Curious about Curiosity ! Are you?

At Knowledge of the ART, we are right now thinking about Curiosity and we are convinced that there are at least 2 types of curiosity. Good curiosity and the other one. To differentiate, we suggest that you put to test the end objective of the curiosity.

  • If the end result helps you to learn something positive or to stop you from doing something negative, then it is most probably good curiosity.
  • If the conclusion of your act or thought makes someone uncomfortable or something untoward, then it is most certainly bad curiosity.
  • And, if it contains a mixture of the 2 above extremities, then it is grey curiosity and only your timeless principles and values, like honesty, integrity, justice, understanding, tolerance, patience can help you in the choice of your acts.

A curious mind is a lively mind is the usual saying. We will go further by suggesting to let your eyes, your touch, your ears, your nose and your taste be curious. And, keep on musing on the following:

  • Read: Oprah Winfrey read her first book at the age of 3, and since then, she never stopped ...
  • Think: Mark Zuckerberg makes sure that he has only few things to decide on every day. He would rather use his time to think about possibilities and multiple scenarios ...
  • Explore: Dalai Lama suggested that one need to visit a new place at least once a year. Seeing a new place brings serenity and internal peace ...
  • Listen: We, at Knowledge of the ART, say that you need to take time off, out of your routine life and listen to and observe those who are less than 7 years of age, and those who are above 77 years of age. On one side, it's Innocence and on the other, it's Experience ...
  • Dream: We, at Cover and Above, recommend that you dream with your eyes wide open and make sure to give in your best shot, not for you to succeed, but for you not to have any regrets of not doing what it took to be successful ...

In the end, it is obvious that we need to be curious and not get furious at anyone who dares to be, as such, ingenious.