Curiosity didn’t kill the cat
I am not sure how and why this saying came about, “curiosity kills the cat”, but it was usually used to stop children from being curious and meddling.
In the short term, it seems like a useful thing to do to silence the curious and possibly prevent them from making or getting into trouble. Rather than curiosity leading to trouble for the curious, it is actually the path to the discovery of many great things.
There have been people who were not curious enough to know why there was a lump in one part of their body or another. Their lack of curiosity is what could actually cost them dearly.
Let us learn to cultivate our curiosity, asking questions all the time to understand better the world around us and to operate in it in an optimal way that guarantee’s life’s best.