Ok, I admit it - I've succumbed to the habit of taking pictures and videos with my phone, but not just for grocery lists or cute hairstyles to try, but of images and memories that inspire me. I save these to review on rainy days when I just need a little mental, emotional, or spiritual dusting off. This recent clip (above) is from a visit to the New York Public Library, and it makes me smile now almost as much as when I first saw it!
Placing this quote by the Einstein bobbleheads was a genius (!) move. Timeless, yet timely. Still, here's the extended quote for further appreciation:
The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. . . Never lose a holy curiosity.
For the inner-Einstein in all of us, this simple quote from the NYPL gets to the heart of what the journey is all about - it's not the success or the discovery or the mastery, it's the process and the fortitude and the perseverance. Dedicate some time to be curious, to wonder, to question.