Do you wonder?

Picking up yesterday’s post about human beings as feeling creatures who think, and not the other way round, do you wonder?

Wonder. Not only searching for the right answers. Or solving that problem.

But wonder. Suspending hurry and exercising your curiosity muscles. Musing. Exploring.

That other version of yourself that doesn’t have to be right.

Who can simply wonder, physically or metaphorically, and notice. And can open doors without having to find THE answer behind it.

Wonder and curiosity are in many ways childlike characteristics.

But perhaps children do express our best human being-ness.

And why would we not want to cultivate that?