Curiosity is the greatest rejection of man, but also the greatest perdition ..

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“I have no particular talents, I am only passionately curious” said Albert Einstein.

Surely curiosity is a great resource, which has allowed scientists like Eistein to become one of the greatest geniuses in history. Other people instead, like San Pio da Pietrelcina, considered curiosity one of the fundamental evils of earthly life because it was the one most responsible for perdition.

Curiosity, being both a great resource and a great perdition, must be managed in the best way. The best thing would be to be stubborn and browse only on the roads and things that are most useful. This whole world, especially in the web age, has a total perdition … Even a simple news can lead to diverting attention to what we believe is most important. In this era we are bombarded with news that in 90% of cases we do not suffer from anything …

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