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Inquisitiveness: n. eager for useful knowledge and frequently one who listens well and asks many questions

Offspring are very inquisitive, are always asking questions and exploring the world filled with curiosity, and have a basic desire to know what is going on around them.

Adults who have journeyed through educational, financial, social, and relationship traps and trials often have lost their desire to acquire new useful knowledge and their curiosity is severely limited to their own myopic interests and experiences.

The lucky few are the perpetually curious who want to improve on their knowledge, skills, and experiences at almost every opportunity and at any age.

The little known key to lifelong mental youth is to be perpetually curious with an unrelenting thirst for new useful knowledge in many fields of interest no matter what your age.

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