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For sure I got really curious what is that thing in the beginning of the article. I was looking at it for couple of minutes and it pushed me harder...For sure I got really curious what is that thing in the beginning of the article. I was looking at it for couple of minutes and it pushed me harder to read the article. Show more
What is curiosity? You would ask. And what a wonderful question that is. This is one of these quantifiers that cannot be identified. You just either have it or not.
I have a friend who is a lawyer. He has this glimmer in the eye when he speaks about anything and everything. He does not just read, he dives into the lines and feels them, letting them sink in and waiting to see what he can make of them.
He is a true cinephile. Ever since he was little, he used to “feel his way around the world” and find answers to it in movies. In a way, he found refuge from the outside world in the motion pictures that engulfed him.
Music is another of his interests. Engage him in a general conversation about music and you will not listen to how he enjoys “good music”, but will end up listening about which rappers copied the tunes of what songs from which great rock artist.
Who said that curiosity killed the cat?
When I was little, I found it like a funny joke people said from time to time. Growing up I could feel that people would say it when they did not know how to answer you and how to humor your need for answers. You know how we are borne in this world and taught how to speak. When we are still learning to speak, our parents love to hear the sound of our voice, but when we grow up and start asking questions and tugging on their sleeves when they come from work they seem unwilling to talk.
Curiosity killed the cat. Being 22, I now have another feel of the world, naturally. So whose curiosity killed him? During the communism era the curious, those who asked questions, the part from intelligentsia that wanted to know more, was put down and even eliminated.We live in another world now. No cat should be killed, because it showed passionate interest towards something.
When did the passion for music fire up? How about movies? Tell us all in the comments section.