Growing up, our curious minds asked lots of questions and we hoped the answers would be simple but that wasn’t always the case. There are so many things we wonder about. Little things and big things. Take the 7 (or however many) Wonders Of The World. I mean, first of all, there have to be more than 7, right? We imagine how these unreal places were created but when I was growing up and we were learning about these wonders in our 6th Grade Social Studies class, I always asked myself if the teachers and text books speculated things or if these wonders were literally wonders? I did. Curiosity is a good thing. It churns our minds and makes us more imaginative. It gives us the incentive to find answers to questions .
There’s a so-called “theory of synchronicity” that states every event in history is connected to all the others, in one way or another.
Synchronicity is a concept, first explained by analytical psychologist Carl Jung, which holds that events are “meaningful coincidences” if they occur with no causal relationship yet seem to be meaningfully related. So in theory, every thing is connected in some way, shape or form….
Did you ever have curiosities as a kid and remember researching the answers? What do you remember? Share feedback in the comment section below…