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|One cannot help but be in awre when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, |
of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to
comprehend a little of this mystery each day. Never lose a holy curiosity. Try not
|Day, Clarence S. American writer 1874–1935 Creatures whose mainspring is |
curiosity will enjoy the accumulating of facts, ... Old Man's Advice to Youth: “Never
Lose a Holy Curiosity” Life, May 2, 1955 (p.64) It is, in fact, nothing short of a ...
|Never lose a holy curiosity. - Einstein, Albert Never lose a holy curiosity. - |
Einstein, Albert He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe is
as good as dead; his eyes are closed. - Einstein, Albert It is not enough that you
|... every day. Never lose a holy curiosity.” But it is not scientists or detectives I |
think of here. I have Found that the people who teach me to live with holy
curiosity allied to this willingness to ”presume nothing” are not spiritual 46 Holy
|For instance, if we ran the followingfrom the command line: node quotes.js "Albert |
Einstein" "Never lose a holy curiosity." checkAndsave would realize there are two
parameters passing these as author and quote to db. save. Cradle would then ...
|Never lose a holy curiosity. (Einstein, in Clark, 1973) Contemporary views on |
exploration In this chapter, I attempt to outline an alternative view of thinking and
exploration in which the varieties of mental functioning develop in the context of ...
|[The Special and General Theories of Relativity] Never lose a holy curiosity. —|
Albert Einstein April 3, 1921 New york It finally happened. He arrived yesterday
afternoon. The Times headline this morning screams: PROF EINSTEIN HERE.
|Never lose a holy curiosity." Curiosity is an expression of humility. It is recognition |
that we've got a lot left to learn. I have a catch phrase that I say frequently. "As
soon as I'm omniscient I'll let you know." It's an admission of ignorance. At the end
|Never lose a holy curiosity. Albert Einstein (1955) 'The Large Hadron Collider is a |
discovery machine. Its research program has the potential to change our view of
the universe profoundly, continuing a tradition of human curiosity that's as old ...
|It has become a personal mantra: The important thing is not to stop questioning |
Curiosity has its own reason fiir existence. ... Never lose a holy curiosity.6 I love
the 'uxt osition of those two words: hol euriosi . l )' Few minds can compare to that