Curiosity may be deadly for cats but for us humans it’s a necessity…otherwise we remain stuck where we are.
On Merriam-Webster’s site, they define curiosity as:
the desire to learn or know
more about something or someone
When we stop being curious, we stop growing. When we stop growing, we start dying. That seems a bit harsh and yet it is the truth.
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While we live on this earth, we exist in a dualistic environment. Hot. Cold. Day. Night. Left. Right. Male. Female. High. Low. Work. Play. Joy. Sorrow. Rain. Sun. Light. Dark. Sweet. Tart. Treasure. Junk. Good. Bad.
As the year comes to a close later this month, we’re being asked now to open up to the idea of infinite possibilities. We can continue with the same-old routine or we can look beyond to something even more for ourselves both individually and as a global community.
We as a culture tend to overlook art of practice. We want what we want and we want it now. We want to do/be/have something and if it fails to happen on the first try we throw in the towel and move onto the next thing.
Download the September 2012 Mandala of the month (link fixed 9/2/12) When I received the title to this month’s mandala, I … More