Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Thought for the Day

Today has been a crazy day, so I will just leave you with this thought.  Then at least two fun posts tomorrow!

"Satisfaction of one's curiosity is one of the greatest sources of happiness in life."  -Linus Pauling

Reading is definitely one of the primary ways I satisfy my curiosities (even if it's just reading from Wikipedia!).  Reading The Renaissance Soul has spurred me to consider more deeply what makes me want to learn more, and how I satisfy that desire.  

A limited list: music, business, knitting, literacy, art, Spanish, technology, painting, beading, design and spirituality.  I have studied/practiced many of these topics for years, but others are brand new!  But I know books will be a part of my exploration of all of them.

What are you curious about?  How do you satisfy that curiosity?  Does it bring you happiness?

1 comment:

April (Everything Little Miss) said...

I'm curious about so many things!

I do find that reading makes me curious. So often I stumble upon something I want to learn more about or a sentence that's completely thought-provoking. And then I turn to the internet, library, or ask my mom or dad or somebody else who "knows everything."

Having a burning question answered is very satisfying.