Though Carl Sagan didn’t actually say oft-attributed words, “Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known,” he undoubtedly thought it. It is impossible to think of Sagan and not connect the idea of discovery and curiosity. When we become adults, we are coaxed by social norms into being incurious. But the human brain doesn’t reward the incurious.
Writer (author of five books), reader reflections on tracking a decade of reading, avid gardener (I'm probably pruning something as you read this). By day I'm senior content strategist at Hanson, Inc., a digital experience agency.
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