To be curious is to be in a perpetual state of confusion, wonder, and uncertainty. At it’s core, curiosity means never having a damn clue about what the hell is going on.

Everyday, new questions. New problems. New opportunities to stumble forward.

How can I serve?

What can I learn?

How will I face the unexpected?

What attitude will I adopt in the face of uncertainty?

As long as there’s a world, curious people will never retire. The more we’re curious, the more we’re like nature — like the stem growing out of the concrete block.

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