We were all born curious.
We asked endless questions, whether to know, to irritate or to engage.

And then, we were told to listen and not to ask.
We were scolded if the questions were dumb.
We were discouraged if the questions were too many.

So we stopped asking “Why?”
“Why am I doing what I’m doing?”
We were all curious until the world killed our curiosity.

If we are curious, we are alive.
If we are not, we are simply a slave to someone else’s curiosity.