I was an extremely curious kid.
My inquisitive nature had me exploring science and technology-–tinkering with whatever I could find.
As I’ve grown, tinkering with random electric circuits and building out woodworking projects has converged to zero.
I was beginning to think my interest in exploration and desire to seek truth was fading.
Then, I examined myself a little more closely.
I like to think I’m still as curious, only that the subject of my inquiry has shifted.
After zooming out, I realize there’s been a dimensional shift in where my curiosity lies.
My inquisitiveness has me now pondering questions of larger magnitude: philosophy and the meaning of life.
What’s most important, though, is that the everlasting desire to feed my curiosity remains.