Curious? by Terence Simmons

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What makes us curious? What is curiosity? Where does it come from? What part of the brain stimulates it? Curiosity is the most superficial of all the emotions. It changes its object perpetually. It has an appetite that is very sharp, but very easily satisfied. It always appears with of giddiness, restlessness, and anxiety. Ever wonder what makes us curious? As a child I wondered all the time, "Why am I so curious?" I know being curious is a part of growing up, but my curiosity was a little extreme. I did lots of research (out of curiosity), and put different scenarios into perspective. I also came up with my own unique, theoretical story behind my curiosity. Be curious and join me on this fascinating experience.

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Terence Simmons is an extremely hard-working and strong-willed individual. He is the author of the book Finding Your Inner Will in which he shared what it's like being strong willed. He is also the CEO of two online businesses and is working toward becoming a pilot. Two more books—Swack Teens and L.F.D.—which will be released along with this book. Terence is also very passionate about helping and speaking to our youth about life and the mistakes that he has made growing up. This is something he vows to become more heavily involved with in years to come.
Published April 1, 2012 by Terence Simmons. 72 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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His intentions seem pure, though, and when Simmons decides later to turn his gaze outward—looking at how others view curiosity—the book becomes a slightly better, more universal read.

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