Curiosity

Everyone is aware of the saying “Curiosity killed the cat” saying, but there is a little more to the saying “but satisfaction brought it back”.

Curiosity can spark inspiration. I know with me, I’ll be doing something that I already enjoy, I might be looking up videos or reading up online about what I can do to improve. Usually, I get sucked into the rabbit hole of discovering something else.

I was looking up some writing and poetry techniques and got into looking at calligraphy. My desire to add something new to my ever-expanding list of skills got the best of me. I spent a good amount of my time looking into calligraphy instead of what I was originally looking for. With that said though, calligraphy and poetry go hand in hand. After about 30 minutes of looking at images of upstrokes and downstrokes in calligraphy, I discovered a couple new to me forms of poetry.

As I have been working, I write stuff down all the time. Now I pay attention to my handwriting a little more. I also know more about calligraphy than I care to know for now until I get a calligraphy pen set. Yes, I will be doing calligraphy soon. Without being curious about calligraphy I would not have stumbled upon the poetry and writings.
Always be curious, try something new, don’t be afraid of failure, for not attempting something in the first place is the only true failure.

Always be curious, try something new, don’t be afraid of failure, for not attempting something in the first place is the only true failure.

Image by Adrian Balea from Pixabay

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