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The main driver for our quest for knowledge, novelty, experience, and connection, curiosity is a solid foundation for a life filled with stories, memories, and accomplishments.
Thorugh the eyes of curios person, the world is too large and our time on it too short to ever remain fully satisfied in any of our pursuits.
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