Curiosity Didn’t Kill The Cat, The Consequence Did

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Curiosity killed the cat.

I guess not.

The art of unnecessary investigation and the hellhole you can open by doing that.

That is what is bad?

Curiosity is never bad.

It never was.

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Human Being | Writes about Personal Development | Pens Poetry Posthaste | Subscribe at https://seizetheday.substack.com

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Human Being | Writes about Personal Development | Pens Poetry Posthaste | Subscribe at https://seizetheday.substack.com

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