Nov 5, 2017
There’s that old saying — Curiosity killed the cat. There are stories that warn of the dangers of curiosity, stretching back to Adam & Eve, Icarus & the sun, and Pandora’s Box. For much of western history, curiosity has been regarded as a negative, a distraction, even a poison. But when we look at the great Masters — of science, of art, of life wisdom — they all share one important trait in common. Curiosity.
This week, Clay and Sarah discuss the importance of Curiosity, what it can add to our lives and why it is the trademark of the great Masters.