It is said that curiosity killed the cat.
Are other animals capable of curiosity?
With the development of technology… starts most of my students’ papers.
… curiosity is stifled and we are told what to think and pursue in the rat race that is life.
It should really be the other way around. Everything else in life should be an aside, for what is it to lose the innate curiosity that abounds in children? Why are we seemingly more and more disinterested as we age?
It may be that our interests are focused or it may be that we tune out.
If curiosity is unique to humans (which I doubt… it killed the cat), why aren’t we more embracing of it?