curiosity, a lot of question marks in the head looking for answers, that is wonder
I would explain "WONDER," as an active curiosity continuously seeming to poke us in the shoulder, encouraging us to seek answers & solutions to the most amazing mysteries of the Universe.
Wonder is a bright light that makes us sparkle with a thirst for knowledge & a penchant for adventure. It's a crazy little wheel in our brain going round & round with so many questions & a myriad of ideas to explore.
The human who "wonders" most is the individual who searches for the hidden treasures, the secrets buried long ago and the answers to the most ancient of rituals that held the promises to immortality....
"WONDER" is pure & magical....the mystical stories of Angels & Fairies, Pixies & Elves~~~The Universe is Our Gift of Limitless Wonder.
(1) Acute observation & assessement of the beauty of life.
(2) Profound appreciation for what life.....IS.
(3) Savoring the nuances of this universe.
(4) Seeing the beauty in the so-called simple aspects which really aren't simple at all.
(5) Knowing that this world is physical & spiritual.
(6) Having an inner knowing about the process of life.
(7) Knowing that the world is indeed a great place to be & that WE ALL are this world.
(8) Approaching everything w/an authentic consciousness, mentality, mindset, & outlook.
(9) Expressing gratitude, never complaining nor concentrating upon the negative.
(10) Knowing that we ARE ALL part of God & acting accordingly.
(11) Believing that one can make a SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCE in society.
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