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Re: ...our spaceship for discovery...

Posted by Fractal on December 9, 2004, at 16:56:36

In reply to ...our spaceship for discovery..., posted by 64bowtie on December 4, 2004, at 14:17:48

I don't completely agree that everything said applies to everyone, but I certainly feel that curiousity is important, when one is curious about the right things at the right times.

When I am sad, if I want to know how to be better, that's good curiousity.

When I am sad, if I am curious about something that could hurt me, that's not healthy curiousity.

First I think we need to know how to deal with new information, (which is information itself), and then proceed. If I really want to know something, am I emotionally prepared to know it?

"The important thing is to not stop questioning. Curiousity has its own reason for existing." -Albert Einstein




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