Expectation is the enemy of curiosity

Expectation is the enemy of curiosity

Curiosity invites us to perch at the brink of the unknown.

Feet swinging freely, our eyes immerse in the marvel before us.

Expectations are but imagined outcomes cast into the void of the unknown.

To expect is to decide in advance.

Such premature decisions constrict the spectrum of possibilities.

This stifles curiosity’s freedom to:

  • Explore
  • Uncover
  • Inquire

Expectations act like blinders on horses, narrowing humanity’s vision.

I suspect both would be much happier without them.

So take them off.