On curiosity

curiosity makes you go on tiptoes

curiosity makes you go on tiptoes~ shanghai

It is curiosity that makes each day different to the one before, the search for new stimuli, the interest in what is hidden and unseen, the search for something intriguing, the things that makes us go exploring. Most books and researches point to curiosity as a brain function and an instinct that we share with apes and other animals, but I wonder if it isn’t so much more in humans. I wonder if it is not connected to our innate drive to search for the unknown and to be with the unseen. Losing it or ignoring it would be almost like giving up our mission for personal development for the comforts and certainty of the already known.

Moving into a new world

behind all the fog

behind all the fog~ paris

I dream of a world were we can walk together looking forward with a sense of mission and not at each other with suspicion

I dream of a time when we see with a clear vision and not be hindered by wars, disputes and division

I dream of seeing the day when the fog finally disperses and humans can champion the onset of future forces