"Volando, cerca del Sol como Ícaro
Confiado y sin mirar p'abajo..
Tocando, el cielo con las manos
Si caigo, será de lo más alto..." 📖
Seguimos activos y pronto iremos compartiendo más fotos de las sesiones que he realizado últimamente junto a estas tan estupendas que realicé a Maggy. Además, vamos a preparar algunas cosas muy chulas 💥💣 a la par que diferentes
Curiosity killed the cat... Was it worth it?
I think it only made its next eight lives better.
This urge to learn and understand others and our surroundings, and figure out ways to make our world better, is an innate instinct we all have. It helps us acquire knowledge and skills, discover new things and ways, solve problems and manage social conflicts, improving our personal and professional lives. As well as helping society and technology evolve! But why would some people be much more curious than others?
Have you ever observed toddlers explore? They do it when their parents or care figures are relaxed, reassuring them that the environment is safe. Later on, they become more independent, assessing safety by themselves. We may have more knowledge and resources than toddlers, but the same is true for adults. If we are too insecure, if fear is too strong, it will block our curiosity! So unless we are just seeking thrills, we will tend to explore more when we feel safe. But we live in a society that doesn’t help us overcome fear, and even promotes a constant feeling of danger. Which stops our natural inclination towards curious behaviors, towards trying to understand what’s going on around us. Which keeps us put.
Once again, I believe we can improve our lives and the world immensely if we look inward and figure out what fears are controlling us. And let go of the ones we don’t need anymore. So that we can be free to understand more, explore more, evolve more and love more.
Traducción al español en comentarios.
Foto por @paula_fontanag