Be Curious and Become Wise

To be curious is to be open to learning. To be open to learning is to allow yourself to grow. To allow yourself to grow is to mature, and as you mature you become wiser.

When we try new things we learn not only how to do them, but whether or not we enjoy doing them. We decide if they bring us joy or not. If they don’t bring us joy we should move on and learn something else.

Some lessons are harder than others and while they are painful, they teach us much. We learn what not to do, and usually we have a growth in spirit. When the lessen is over our curiosity becomes peaked in other areas, and we move on to the next lesson, the next growth opportunity.

Sometimes our curiosity can get us into trouble, but that too is a lesson, and we hopefully become wiser in the process, learning not to take that route again. We learn to proceed with caution, or, to not believe everything we hear. We learn that what our friends are doing is not always meant for us. We also learn that we are strong, capable and that we are survivors. Just because one route doesn’t work, it doesn’t mean there aren’t other things out there that we can learn.

What have you’ve been wanting to try? What are you curious about? Make a list of these things and then jot down what you need to do in order to make it happen, or who you have to talk to in order to get more information on the subject. Give yourself permission to be curious and become wise.

Published by Leslie Dobson

Leslie has been writing since she was a young child, first with poetry and short stories and later with song lyrics, young adult stories and inspirational sayings. She is a multi-genre author and her blogs and books come when and where the Spirit leads.

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