Archive for May, 2019



Curiosity: Never Stop

Published on May 26, 2019

As I searched the web for pictures of curiosity that spoke to me, I noted that most photos were of kids. That of course makes sense as little ones are the ultimate of curious as everything under the sun is new to them. The practice of Buddhism encourages a quality called, “beginner’s mind“. It encompasses […]


Where has your curiosity lead you this week?

Published on May 18, 2019

It really is about “living our best life”, as Ophra says.Staying in the curiosity mode can lead us to new ideas, people and experiences. It is really all about having an attitude that encourages all of this to come toward us. Have you done something this past week that opened you up to the new […]


Letting go of judgement increases curiosity

Published on May 11, 2019

As I have been reading about cultivating curiosity, I noticed that judgmental thoughts can block curiosity. I sat with this idea for a bit this week. I can say that agree with this occurring in my mind. I can immediately judge a situation, a behavior and the like. When I do this, it blocks me […]


A month of curiosity

Published on May 5, 2019

Curiosity is said to be an important element in the aging process. Staying curious throughout our lives, helps keeps us young. The world is moving so fast that it seems impossible to stay “up to date” or current about everything around us. We can open up to something new, learn about it, discuss it with […]