Pause for Curiosity

Have you ever watched children playing, how they are curious for the simplest things. Admiring the birds singing and the wind blowing leaves, seeing their excitement and joy when they have found a worm or cloud the shape of their favourite flower.

Observing the purity of their souls, how they find happiness from exploring the things that are missed as we get older. How children reflect and dig deeper into their treasured moments and curiosities. Giving themselves new challenges to complete, how they can explore sand and water all day long, or develop their creations.

Children’s curiosity when they comfort others shows their genuine kind empathy, which is then spread through the air. How they show true concern when someone is sad and try to find ways to help bring happiness and laughter. How children are innocent and say hi to everyone they meet, even if they just walk past, sometimes lightening up the strangers day.

Let’s be like children, slowing down in life. observing the surroundings, the noises, views and stillness of life. Feel the sand between your toes and listen to the birds in the morning, being curious to how it feels and sounds. Talk to strangers, even just saying hello, this could truly make a difference to their day, you could be the only person they have spoken to. Share your knowledge and be patient to hear other views, let the young child within you out! Being curious can help mental health, relationships and achievements, pause for curiosity.

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20 thoughts on “Pause for Curiosity

  1. Hello Jessy, Curiosity is a gift of God, and as we know who can be more curious than a child. Your post has a meaning, a purpose, an inspiration and a beautiful touch of ❀.
    My best wishes to you. Keep up doing the good work. If need a help kindly write a comment in my latest post and I’ll reach to you. I’m always with you.πŸ€—πŸ’πŸ’

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, it really means a lot to me. I appreciate you support and guidance. Curiosity is shown through the honest and loving souls of a baby taking their first glance into their mother/father eyes, listening to them speak and feeling their warm touches.

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    1. I agree, it can also help concor the fear of the unknown, curiosity to try things and actually trying them can open up new opportunities. I like your words, beautifully put about curiosity being the best way to develop and interest to learn.

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    1. Thank you for your views, I really appreciate it. Also I like how you have done a very similar post and I am interested in your opinions. I am glad that I have found you. I agree that curiosity is something we can learn from children, the are great teachers of curiosity.

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    1. What a wonderful comment! I love the bit about curiosity being the lifeblood of learning, so rich and meaningful. Thsnk you for your appreciation. I hope you have a lovely week.

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  2. I have to say at 44 I have become that child, how I love this post. Our inner child is still very curious, I didn’t get thr chance as a child, now I’m loving it. Loving your posts and blog, a really wonderful place to spend some timeπŸ¦‹

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    1. I am so glad that you can be curious and that you are loving it. I’m so sorry that you didn’t get a chance when you were a child, take this time now and let yourself explore and express how you want! Thank you for your extremely kind words they keep making me smile, my blog is a bit of everything so far, that probably sums me up though 😊

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      1. Thank you, I intend to keep exploring, finding what truly lights me up from the inside out. A boy of everything is wonderful, do we really just have one particular passion, and even if we do it can be explored and defined in a million ways. Keep going🧑

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