Curiosity has a magic that's equal parts attention and desire.
It means you care, and makes you observe. Your mind is alive. Your perceptions are heightened. You now have a quest, however big or small.
Curiosity shines a light into the darkness. It chases away shadows and illumines what's hidden. It reaches out and feels its way forward. It's a collector of endless gifts.
It's a birthright. It's the push that makes the unknown to be known. Uncertainty piques it. Certainty ends it. Its job is to move on, farther down the road of possibility of what can be done and discovered.
Both delight and danger begin with curiosity.
Curiosity is the engine of innovation, the cradle of creativity, the air that genius breathes. It's fragile in some, and robust in others. Can it be cultivated? Can it be enhanced?