Because there is so much to know.
To find out.
To be curious about.
Forever and always. I hope. Curiosity keeps me young. ❤ ❤
Amen to our youth Tess!!!! 🙂
You’re a s.m.a.r.t. woman. 😀
🙂 Through the eyes of a child, who always lives inside of us. ❤
It feels like that every time excitement and wonder and curiosity and eagerness all merge together! 🙂
Yes, Yes, Yes! Curious is good. That’s how we learn and expand our universe.
Have you ever read “A More Beautiful Question” by Warren Berger? He does a great job of explaining and demonstrating how asking questions is good for us.
Here’s his blog post about how asking questions can help us with our New Year resolutions:
I have not Nancy, I have it pulled up and will hop over there after getting through my comments. Thank you! I can’t imagine not being curious and wanting to know more. How sad my world would be.
P.S. I loved the illustration. Someday you need to do a book with the illustrations and essays.
This “When I Go” series was going to (may be) that very project. But I haven’t the time to put it all together. And once I create stuff I just do not like letting it sit. I like to put it out there. 🙂
And thank you!
Curiosity is good motivation!
I think so too! Thank you Marissa!
I like your two-fisted question marks, Colleen!!
🙂 Thank you Robin! 🙂
Always good to maintain a mindset of curiosity! It makes life much more intriguing and keeps one’s brain alert.
I am so easily intrigued Thomas. It doesn’t take much to get me interested in what I don’t know. I just enjoy the listening to things of a new nature/experience. Even if I don’t understand all that is being said or going on, I like to just absorb the energy of it.
I love it! The Haiku (?) Poem and the shadow person!
Thank you Priceless! 🙂
To echo others here, when I go it is with the unspoken and unplanned. I simply be and allow all to unfold. In lieu of questions, I observe and become amazed. 🙂 Like this prompt, Colleen.
I love the idea of being in a new experience and just enjoying it. Letting it unfold. And to just be there to learn it and ‘become amazed’…..what a great way to absorb parts of life Eric. 🙂
A part of the reasom my friend says that one should not ever say they are “bored”. It bothers her because there is always more out there than we think or know. 🙂
Isn’t that the truth? And what about the things left yet to create????
I have a question..Go where?
Hee hee! Hey Koji how are you?
Aged ten years in the last month…while inflating the spare tire around my belly.
Ahaha! You like the beer do you?
Haven’t had a drink since June 12, 2001! I’m just porkin’ 🙂
Well stop blogging and start running! lol
Well, where it is I’m going. 🙂
🙂 I don’t know specifics yet!
So you just keep biking until you know?
Biking. Walking. Running. Writing. Drawing. Reading. Working. Driving. Talking. ….. all on the way to where ever I’m going. 🙂
Where do you fit sleep in?
In between. 🙂
Good.. Then there’s the trips to ? that you take in your sleep..
Well, I do sometimes travel in my sleep. But no matter where I go I never seem to leave. 🙂
Is it Ireland perhaps?
I feel I am always on my way there. 🙂
I hope you are!
Oh perfectly said Colleen. I can’t imagine life without curiosity. I carry a constant question mark( but it is invisible to the rest of the world 🙂
🙂 It’s a good way to go indeed. Don’t be too surprised if some see that question mark. Do you ever have folks come up and just start talking to you? 🙂
I do. Not as often as I’d like. I’m always curious about someone’s story 🙂
Right!!!!! I mean, think of the billions of them out there walking around!
That is a fabulous way to go, CM. Questions, it seems to me, keep things open and possible. 🙂
Yes! And imagine the possibilities! 🙂
What’s that old saying? Curiosity killed the cat? 🙂 But in your case(s), you have to be curious!
I do Koji, if I wasn’t curious, THAT would kill me.
And when I run out of questions, it will indeed be time for me to go! 🙂
We must remain curious if we are to remain. 😊
I love this.
Thank you darling xx
Never stop learning 🙂
Those big red question marks look excellent on you, Colleen.
Why thank you good sir! 🙂
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