Curiosity Related Quotes
Theodore Roosevelt came to Dekota to experience the dying of one age with the slaying of a rare buffalo and the dawning of the West's industrial age.
The muscles of writing are not so visible, but they are just as powerful: determination, attention, curiosity, a passionate heart.
His work was defined by emphasis on the subversiveness philosophy, which asks questions, as opposed to the self-satisfaction of politics, which believes it has answers and insists on them.
Socrates told us, the unexamined life is not worth living. I think he's calling for curiosity, more than knowledge. In every human society at all times and at all levels, the curious are at the leading edge.
Well-being, or wholeness, implies integrity and harmony between all existing elements, providing freedom for the whole.
Part ways with your perception of reality, allow the unknown and your curiosity muster into a visual you've never allowed yourself to see.
“When the moment of truth came, when we entered the city, I was no longer afraid: my curiosity overcame the fear.”