How can you determine if someone is curious?
One way to tell is by observing if they listen to those who are younger or have differing opinions. A person who constantly sneers and criticizes lacks genuine curiosity.
On the other hand, individuals who never stop observing their surroundings and learning from others, who are inspired by new ideas, and who are open to new opportunities are the epitome of curiosity.
One can describe these individuals as “evergreen” in their curiosity. They are always eager to gain new knowledge and find innovative solutions.
While aging is inevitable, it does not have to equate to a loss of curiosity. Some people in their 70s are full of curiosity, while others in their 20s have already become jaded. The key factor is not age, but rather a person’s level of curiosity.
Those who retain their curiosity and remain open to new experiences, despite their physical age, are truly young at heart. I strive to maintain this mindset.
How about you?