Curiosity’s a maddening thing.
I am on a curiosity voyage, and I need my paddles to travel. These books… these books are my paddles.[explains the reason why he needs more than five books]
As I tell my students, once you open up that curiosity door, anything is possible.[to Joyce]
Sometimes it’s okay to just look at the world and say, “Why? Why? Why? I don’t understand.”
Loss of curiosity is a loss of humanity.
We have powerful tools: openness, optimism, and the spirit of curiosity. All they have is secrecy and fear. And fear is the great destroyer.[to Rios]