When I Go

Questions 17


Because there is so much to know.

To find out.

To be curious about.

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61 thoughts on “When I Go

  1. Forever and always. I hope. Curiosity keeps me young. ❤ ❤


  2. 🙂 Through the eyes of a child, who always lives inside of us. ❤


  3. dogear6 says:

    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:




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  5. Curiosity is good motivation!


  6. reocochran says:

    I like your two-fisted question marks, Colleen!!


  7. Thomas says:

    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.


  8. I love it! The Haiku (?) Poem and the shadow person!


  9. 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. 🙂


  10. niaaeryn says:

    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. 🙂


  11. Gibber says:

    I have a question..Go where?


  12. 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 🙂


  13. Robin says:

    That is a fabulous way to go, CM. Questions, it seems to me, keep things open and possible. 🙂


  14. Mustang.Koji says:

    What’s that old saying? Curiosity killed the cat? 🙂 But in your case(s), you have to be curious!


  15. And when I run out of questions, it will indeed be time for me to go! 🙂


  16. We must remain curious if we are to remain. 😊


  17. NotAPunkRocker says:

    Never stop learning 🙂


  18. markbialczak says:

    Those big red question marks look excellent on you, Colleen.


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