Curiosity makes you smart, silly, and sensational. Curiosity helps you retain Wonder, which is grand! Curiosity drives knowledge growth, which can never hurt… Yet, “curiosity killed the cat” Yikes! Splat!
Curiosity didn’t kill Curious George, a monkey of a kid-like character who got into constant trouble – enough to fill dozens and dozens of books since 1973.… ...
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, Albert Einstein
, Baby Boomer
Tis the season of giving, sparked by Giving Tuesday on December 1. I hope you gave your heart out that day along with lots of dough (not the bakery kind, though I posted about that last week). If you didn’t replace the jingle of personally pocketed coins with Santa’s spirited jingle bells as you wrote checks on that day, do so now while you listen to this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwZjz_WEpaM
The key phrase is among my favorites: “Love isn’t love ”til you give it away”
Try this trick: insert “money” into the words of the ballad… while you can’t replace money with love, sharing money extends the ‘brand’, if you will.… ...
I’ve long known that TIME and MONEY co-vary, but have recently detected a new element in the mix: ENERGY. The co-variance of these components can be drawn thus:
My Constant reader friend, where are you on this graphic? Does it shift hour-to-hour, day-to-day?… ...