It’s the not knowing that makes it interesting

It’s the not knowing that makes it interesting

Stick to the same routines for too long, and you become stale and boring. And I don't know about you but that's the last place I want to be. 

But staying curious helps me move into uncharted territory, making life and work more creative and rewarding.

“I don’t mean to give you a Zen koan,” musical composer Philip Glass told The New York Times in an interview he did with Beck, “but the work I did is the work I know, and the work I do is the work I don’t know. And it’s the not knowing that makes it interesting.”

Photo: Patrick Pilz

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