Curiosity

 
In a 1952 letter to his biographer, Albert Einstein said,
 

“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.”

 
The Action Learning Club exists because you and I are passionately curious people, too. We know that a passionate curiosity about life and the world doesn’t kill the cat. It thrills the cat. It may even fulfill the cat.

So, all posts marked “Curiosity” at the Action Learning Club will ask, and try to answer, questions — questions that passionately curious people are wondering about right now. You can find these questions and answers on our Facebook page as well. That way, you can just “like” our page, or “share” a post, to share your passionate curiosity with others.

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Michael Himick
    Jul 08, 2010 @ 12:52:50

    Friends, you can learn more about what Albert Einstein had to say about curiosity here: in this Life photo essay.

    Reply

  2. pbh
    Aug 31, 2010 @ 20:43:19

    I love quotes.

    Reply

  3. Lauren Vines
    Sep 01, 2010 @ 09:49:09

    I believe that our friend, Albert Einstein’s, next line might have been that being passionately curious allows for higher and newer level of talent to develop. I believe that passionate curiosity is fertilizer for human potential.
    I’m curious about what you think.

    Reply

  4. Prince
    Sep 02, 2010 @ 10:01:55

    A good scientist will always be a child, curious.

    Reply

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