Rekindle that Childhood Wonderment

Have you felt lost or have you lost that sense of wonder in life? Is you life at the moment all serious and there is no fun at work or at home?

What you are experiencing is the loss of your childhood wonderment. The loss of curiosity in everything you see and do. You think all that is around you is mundane and monotonous. What you need to do is to rekindle that childhood wonderment inside of you.

How would you do this? It’s simple look at someone you know really look into their eyes and then when they least expect it make a face at them see what their reaction is. You will find that whatever their reaction is, whether good or bad, your heart will race and feel alive you will find their reactions to you to be curious. Then you will question yourself why did they react the way they did. Then begins the journey of finding out.

As you find out more and more you will notice that you have discovered something new about the person whom you made the face to. And in turn they will have found out something new about you. This in turn will make you more curious about what you don’t know about each other. By conversing with them you will enjoy the rekindled wonderment for life.

When you have stopped learning about yourself you stop living and just exist. But the more you learn about yourself the more you will keep that wonderment alive inside and life will be more exciting to live and to interact with those around you.

So until next time. Stay Safe. Stay Cool. And rekindle that wonderment from your childhood.

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