Sunday, April 30, 2006

curiosity & the design of life

Some people think that the value in life is what keeps everyone unique as they are. The way everyone thinks makes everyone special in their own sweet way.

Take for instance - in my case - a young woman whose not afraid to smile, laugh, look around and smell, touch, feel the world that revolves around her. She is just as unique as man (and this one's from a ladies point of view) who sits with a few friends of his, probably debating in worldly issues, political, social, financial or otherwise.

You see, the fundamental common factor between the two that makes them so significant, is just that they want to look around, feel what surrounds them, touch what their hands can and cannot reach.

The urge that describes humanity in one word; curiosity.

To say that we have all grown up mentally is an informal technically grammar error. There is a child within us all that longs to reach out to see what he could do with their arms, legs, feet, toes, fingers, mouth, nose and the list just keeps going on and on.

What could one say about such a person? Would you say that they are invaluably immature? Or they just haven't reached that sense of realism, yet?

To answer that question one would probably take a lifetime, when the answer actually lies right ahead.

The design of life is an adventure. You're either taking that risk to go on that adventure or you're just too afraid to budge.

But then again, where there's a will there's a way.

Question is now; which way will you take?