If you’re reading this because the title caught your attention, you should be ashamed of yourself.
No, I’m kidding. I applaud you.
If you don’t know, I have a burning hatred for societal norms. “Curiosity killed the cat” is a phrase we’ve heard since we were kids, but it’s just another lie society throws at us. (I’d bet money Satan said it first.)
The cat didn’t die because it was curious. It died because it wasn’t curious enough.
It’s difficult to explain how important this is. The degree to which these lies have power over us is easily overlooked. You may know curiosity is good, but do you live that way? Because living that way is all that matters. Your opinions about curiosity are meaningless if you don’t show it in everyday life.
Curiosity shouldn’t be a noun. It should be a verb.
I didn’t know what to expect walking into the daily blog challenge. I just knew I wanted to improve my writing skills.
I didn’t know what to expect when I started teaching myself bass. I just knew I loved the way it sounded.
I don’t know what to expect from my daily video challenge. I just know I want to get content onto YouTube.
See a pattern?
Let your curiosity lead the way, and two things will happen: you’ll fall in love with learning, and you’ll accomplish things you couldn’t imagine. If you don’t know how to get started, search where everyone isn’t, and start there.