The act of being curious is a quality related to inquisitive thinking, exploration, investigation, and learning, evident by observation in humans and other animals, but perhaps not so much with many members of our so-called leaders.
What does everyone want most in life? For the vast majority of us, the answer is to be happy and healthy. More than 10,000 people from 48 countries on earth were surveyed and said happiness was more important than IQ, success, intelligence, knowledge, maturity, wisdom, relationships, wealth and meaning in life. It's not mansions, furniture, jewelry, fine art, designer clothes, expensive cars, boats, helicopters, or airplanes.
Happiness is a good thing. Yet, my professional and my personal experience have shown me that when we place too much focus on what we think will make all of us happy, we can lose track of what actually does.
Has the desire to build, learn or know more about many things, also called inquisitiveness lost and forgotten?
Under any other name... concern, star, interest, eagerness, inquisitiveness, investigation, inquiring, knowledge... When will people sincerely say what they are thinking and what they really want?
I'm truly curious about what are our collective priorities. Let's list our top 10 and put them to pen pencil or email, but make sure it's in writing to begin a paper trail, then you can also send through snail mail to all public servants beginning with local, state, national leaders and make your demands immediately known before it's too late.