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  • Writer's pictureOmi Bell

Keep It Curious!

When you feel yourself getting angered, annoyed, or frustrated, insert curiosity!

Being genuinely curious about how people do what they do and why they do what they do has been a driving force in my journey of self-discovery and personal growth. As an inquisitive soul, I find immense joy and fascination in unraveling the intricacies of human behavior and the motivations that underlie our actions.

I will be honest and say that I am not sure it always feels good to other people. Sometimes my questions come at the worst times. Some people aren’t used to anyone really being curious about them so it makes them feel uncomfortable.

At the same time, approaching interactions with genuine curiosity allows me to transcend surface-level conversations and connect with others on a deeper level. I'm drawn to the unique stories and experiences that shape each individual, recognizing that there is so much we can learn from one another.

I've also found that curiosity is a powerful tool for building empathy and fostering compassion. When we take the time to truly understand someone's experiences and motivations, we can develop a greater sense of empathy for their struggles and triumphs.

Moreover, being genuinely curious encourages me to step outside of my own assumptions and biases. It challenges me to question my preconceived notions and be open to the richness of diverse perspectives. Embracing this mindset has broadened my horizons and enriched my understanding of the world.

As I continue to nurture this curiosity, I find myself constantly inspired and humbled by the stories and experiences of those I encounter. It's a continuous journey of discovery and growth, and I'm grateful for the wisdom and insights I gain along the way.

Embracing curiosity opens doors to new perspectives and opportunities for connection, making life a truly fascinating and rewarding journey.

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