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The key to a long, happy and successful life is to be like a river, everflowing and curious. One has to keep learning new things and keep innovating.
Staying an eternal student is without a doubt one of the most important things in life.
A River Never Stops.
If one is too busy, the gates of curiosity, wonder and serendipity become forever closed. We have to take time out to do something new, exploring life, and what all it has to offer.
Our desk job followed by our home responsibilities will rob us of a good life if we are too busy to be curious.
Life is about the new, and curiosity keeps life novel. Doing new things, learning new stuff and innovating in your field of interest.
Doing things that you are curious about will make your life full of joy, giving you a long, satisfying life experience.
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