How far your curiosity goes?

April 1, 2008 7:04am CST
I am very curious about everything. I want to learn new things and I want to experience them if I heard that others experience it. Sometimes, my curiosity leads me to accidents or even make things worst. We will always become curious because new inventions will be never ending. We will always be curious for new stuff. We will always be curious because we don't run out of questions. We always search for meaning and that, curiosity will always be there with us, forever!
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@jstaubin (423)
• United States
1 Apr 08
If we were not curious we would never learn anything new. It is curiousity that takes us to that search engine to find information about something new or curiousity that sends us over to talk to that neighbor that has just moved in next door. For the most part curiousity is a good thng and helps us grow as people. But in some cases it can be dangerous or can lead to more and more dangerous situations. Take stars for example. Our curiousity about their lives has lead to them basically being stalked just so that someone can get that big pay day photo.
• Australia
1 Apr 08
I think curiosity is vital for growth. Growth of both the mind and for moving foward human kind. I think as you say, people will always be curious and although sometimes curiosity can cause trouble, it is also the basis to which new theories, products and technology comes about.