What We Need Most in the US in 2018


As kiddos, most of the interactions we have with our surroundings are brand new. A single experience gives us a new answer about the world, and a new subject to ask a million questions about. As adults, the foreign nature of experiences grow fewer and farther between, and our approach changes. Some of us look only for the answer in an experience, so we develop assumptions. Some of us look for the questions, so we get stuck behind our own ignorance. Should we be as bold as we were when we were kids and look for both, we rediscover one of our most valuable assets and perhaps exactly what the US needs most right now: curiosity.