Life can be a string of unnoticeable moments.
That’s why we compel our eyes to see.
The secret to paying attention is being inquisitive.
Not just asking questions, but seeking a different perspective.
People act like each other on the surface but deep down they are unique. They know how to intuitively think for themselves.
It is impression that cages the person. It is expression that unleashes the individual.
Curiosity is not neutral
Once the switch is turned, the entire world becomes our oyster.
A reminder about life from a poem by Roger Key:
“Hokusai says Look carefully.
He says pay attention, notice.
He says keep looking, stay curious.
He says there is no end to seeing.
He says Look forward to getting old.
He says keep changing,
you just get more of who you really are.
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