I started out the week asking questions. (I was searching for a new oven) I just wanted to know especially what other people thought. I hungered for the conversation and the thrill of the reply.
My book group was so excited about not having to pay for books and how to get everything for free and, and how the Library in Seattle was doing all sorts of audio books for free downloads. I asked them how they thought the authors would get paid? Would the authors still want to write for us to read if they could not make a living?
Marketing and value were the main words of their reply. “I do pay for my books because I pay my taxes for the streets, schools, buildings and books within.”
I went back to the internet and wandered through all the free words and giveaways, clicking bravely on every link that I saw.
I found visual beauty.
I found the art of listening.
I found the understanding of staying young.
I found new thoughts about money and worth.
And the Rooster crowing.
I found beauty. The Feynman Series Beauty Part I
and then came full circle to the celebration of exploring curiosity.
The Feynman Series Part III Curiosity
( Where I found the last two videos, and this post included lots more amazing links: Sightline Writer’s recommendations)
Do you get curioser and curioser as you explore?
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