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It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little
Mysteries and the Spiritual Sleuth Remember Algebra class and "solving for x"? A puzzle. An Unknown. A math mystery. Turns out, math and the spiritual life are not so far apart. In fact, in the Alphabet of Spiritual Literacy, x is a …
Charlotte Joko Beck in Finding What You Didn't Lose We need to approach our state of mind
What captures our curiosity What captures our curiosity
Curiosity has its own reason for existing Curiosity has its own reason for existing
Seven Sins for a Life Worth Living Roger Housden on being open to beauty and wonder in art and in life.
The Most Human Human Brian Christian on the highest ethical calling being curiosity.
A lazy mind is a mind that has become small A lazy mind is a mind that has become small
Diane Ackerman in A Natural History of the Senses The great affair, the love affair
The Chambermaid A German morality tale about a shy and fastidious cleaning woman whose curiosity takes her to places she does not expect to go.